Shahid Kapoor left fans amused in his epic transformation into the character of Kabir Singh. The actor has proven his talent with his stellar performance in the Sandeep Reddy Vanga film and has begun gearing up for his next already. While Shahid will be starring as the lead in the Hindi remake of the Telugu hit Jersey, the actor is trying to nail his skills on the cricket field. As Kapoor recently took to social media to share a video from his prep session, half-brother Ishaan Khatter is blown away as Shahid hits a six.
The Kabir Singh actor took to his Instagram to share a video from his preps for upcoming film Jersey. Shahid shared a video featuring his practicing being a thorough batsman on the cricket field. Dressed in perfect cricket attire, Kapoor looked exhausted but motivated while practicing on the field. In the video shared by Shahid, the actor was spotted holding a bat and hitting a six as the ball rolls in. With Shahid practicing and training for his film, the video shared by the actor was lauded by his family, friends, and fans as the actor hit a six during his practice session. Also Read: Jersey Vs '83: Shahid Kapoor Points Out The Difference Between His And Ranveer Singh's Film
Pouring all the special love on the actor, was none other than Shahid’s half-brother and Dhadak star Ishaan Khatter. Excited and thrilled after watching his brother hitting a six, Ishaan commented, “Shoooooooooooootttttttttt,” with a star emoji. While Khatter thinks of his brother as a star, Shahid’s co-star in the film, Mrunal Thakur also left a comment in praises of the actor.
Meanwhile, Shahid Kapoor recently officially announced through his Twitter of Mrunal Thakur joining the Jersey team as a lead cast.
The Hindi remake of the Telegu hit ‘Jersey’ will be helmed by Gowtham Tinnanurri and will star Shahid Kapoor and Mrunal Thakur in lead roles.
Image source: Instagram/ Shahid Kapoor
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