Shahid Kapoor shares how he feels about sharing the frame with father Pankaj Kapur in Jersey

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Shahid Kapoor shares how he feels about sharing the frame with father Pankaj Kapur in Jersey
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For Bollywood actors, getting to work on screen with family members makes shooting a film a personal experience. Speaking of this, Shahid Kapoor is all set to share the frame with dad Pankaj Kapur in his upcoming film, Jersey remake. While the shooting of the film is yet to be completed and has been stalled due to the Coronavirus lockdown, Shahid and Pankaj Kapur have shot for portions of the film together. While Pankaj Kapur has been all praises for his son’s last performance in Kabir Singh, in a recent Ask Me session, a fan asked Shahid how it felt working with his dad. 

A fan asked Shahid about his experience of working with dad Pankaj Kapur in Jersey. On this, Shahid replied to the fan and shared that being with him in the same frame, still makes him nervous. Shahid and Pankaj Kapur have shared the frame in Shandaar and Shahid has been directed by him in a film titled Mausam that came out in 2011. Now, with Jersey coming out, Pankaj Kapur will be seen playing Shahid Kapoor’s mentor in the film. 

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Shahid responded to the fan and wrote, “I still get nervous sharing the frame with him.” Several fans reacted to this and expressed how excited they were about his next film after Kabir Singh. A while back, director of Jersey Gowtham Tinnanuri had called Shahid ‘dedicated actor’ and mentioned that he enjoyed working with him on Jersey. The shoot is still pending and as soon as the lockdown gets over, it will commence. The film also stars Mrunal Thakur and is produced by Allu Aravind, Dil Raju and Aman Gill. It is slated to release on August 28, 2020. 

Check out Shahid Kapoor’s tweet on Pankaj Kapur:

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Anonymous : More than Pankaj Kapoor, Shahid resembles Naseeruddin, agree anyone.
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