Sidharth Malhotra Has Miles To Go In Bollywood, Not Settling Down Before 40

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Published by Soniya Kaur on 03 Oct 2018

For a quite some time now, SOTY actor Sidharth Malhotra’s film business is not going much well. The critics as well the audience did not give a positive response to his recent movies like Aiyaary and A Gentleman. Now, the dashing star Sidharth is gearing up for his next movie, a love story that will be produced by Ekta Kapoor and director is said to be a debutante.

Sidharth and Parineeti Chopra are all set to reunite after working together in 2014’s film Hasee Toh Phasee for Ekta Kapoor’s Jabariya Jodi. They are currently shooting for the same in Lucknow.

However, the star’s personal life is making more headlines than his professional front. Sidharth has a huge female fan following since his debut movie and till now he is liked for his sensuous looks among them. Sidharth had a long time relationship with Alia Bhatt but the relationship didn’t work out for both of them. Now as per the reports, he is dating Dhoni fame actress Kaira Advani.

Although Sidharth rubbished all the rumors of his relationship with Kiara and also said he doesn’t like media’s glaring in his personal life. When asked about his marriage he said, “his mother never asked him any explanation when it comes to his relationships”. He also added that his family and especially mom is okay with him for taking his time before getting into marriage. Sid further stated that he is going to give him seven years of time and will settle down after 40.

Talking about Sid’s upcoming films, apart from Jabariya Jodi, he will also be next seen in Vikram Batra’s biopic.

Sid told a news agency, “Movies have a great impact, they live for long. There is a pressure of living up to the idea of what their son has done. That is why we are taking more time to start the film.”

“We want to work properly on the story. It is not a fictitious story that I want to jump into it. I hope whenever the film comes out the family is happy and proud,” Sidharth added.

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