Actor Shahid Kapoor was spotted promoting his forthcoming film 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' at Juhu. He says the movie is an extremely mainstream film which has elements of fun, humour and issue-based commentary. Talking about relevance of the film in India, Shahid said: "It talks about the issue of electricity which is a fundamental human right in India. There are around 31 million homes in our country where there is no electricity. All pictures/Yogen Shah
Shahid Kapoor, who is gearing up for the release of his upcoming film "Batti Gul Meter Chalu", says its director Shree Narayan Singh is fantastic and hopes to do more movies with him
Shahid Kapoor treated his fans to a question and answer session, post the launch of the trailer of "Batti Gul Meter Chalu". When a fan asked him about his thoughts on Singh, Shahid replied: "He is fantastic. I am extremely happy I got to work with him and hope to do many more."
After a round of interview at Juhu, Shahid Kapoor took out time for his photoshoot
On seeing Shahid Kapoor, some fans tried to take his photos and waved at him. He returned the gesture
Asked whether it's his conscious effort to mix up an issue-based film with his commercial film releases, Shahid Kapoor said: "I don't think this film isn't a mainstream film. I think it's an extremely mainstream film. I think issues don't make a film non-mainstream. "It's the take on the issue, which makes a film non-mainstream. If this film had some serious title then this film's tonality would have been different and its reach would have been slightly limited
"Batti Gul Meter Chalu" tells the story of electricity theft in rural India and also stars Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma and Yami Gautam. The film is slated to release in September
Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor promoted his upcoming movie 'Batti Gul Meter Chalu' at a posh hotel in Mumbai. During the photoshoot, Shahid was in a jovial mood and even waved at some fans. We have pictures
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