Shahid Kapoor's Kabir Singh co-star Kiara Advani was put in a spot at the trailer launch event when a reporter kept asking about details of the kissing scenes in the movie
Mumbai: This week, Shahid Kapoor's Kabir Singh trailer was released and it received positive reviews. The movie, which is an official Hindi remake of the 2017 super-hit Telugu movie Arjun Reddy, has Kapoor in the titular role of an addict with serious temperamental issues. In this character, he also tryies to forget the love of his life Preeti, played by Kiara Advani.
This report is not about the trailer, but about the incident that happened during the trailer launch when one of the reporters left Shahid Kapoor angry with his uncomfortable questions.
A video on YouTube showed how Shahid came to the rescue of Kiara Advani when she was asked about the kissing scenes in the movie. While Kiara said that she had not kept a count, Shahid came to her rescue and added, "Ussi ka paisa hai (the money is for the kiss only)", DNA reported.
Later, she was again asked about the kissing scenes in the movie during the press meet, which left Shahid angry. He came to Kiara's rescue once again and blasted the reporter, saying "Teri koi girlfriend nahi thi kya kaafi time se? Maine kaha dekhna hai toh paisa dena padega. Yeh nahi bola paisa ussi ka hai! Woh hi tune samjha and aisa tere dimaag mein atka! Arrey pappi chhod kar koi sawaal puchho, acting bhi ki hai logon ne iss picture mein. (Didn't you have a girlfriend in a long time? I said if you want to see it [kissing scene], you will have to pay for it. I never said you will have to pay only for that! That's what you assumed. Why do you have to ask only about kissing scenes? People have also acted in this film you know)."
After his sassy and witty response, the crowd cheered him and quickly moved on to the next question. Take a look at the video here
Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani's Kabir Singh hits screens on June 21.
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Last Updated May 16, 2019, 2:40 PM IST