Sidharth Malhotra Reveals The One Thing He Would Like To Change About Shershaah Co-star Kiara Advani: 'She Doesn’t Have A Love Story With Me'

Looks like Sidharth Malhotra is hinting at something with his new candid confession. We are certainly caught off guard!

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Sidharth Malhotra Reveals The One Thing He Would Like To Change About Shershaah Co-star Kiara Advani: 'She Doesn’t Have A Love Story With Me'
Sidharth Malhortra and Kiara Advani were recently seen in the movie, Shershaah, and apart from their acting, their on-screen chemistry was praised by the critics and audiences alike. Their dating rumours have since been making it to the headlines. The two are often spotted around town, which has added fuel to the speculation about their relationship. The two have however always remained tight-lipped about their closeness - but looks like Sidharth is hinting at something with his new candid confession. We are certainly caught off guard!


In a recent interaction with Bollywood Bubble, Sidharth was asked by a fan if he would like to do a hardcore romantic movie with Kiara. To this, he responded, “Absolutely. The love we have for Dimple (Cheema) and Vikram (Batra) on screen, and also because it’s limited screen time as compared to the rest of the films of the army personnel."

"Kiara and I worked together for the first time in a love story and it has got that classic vibe and people have connected to it. She brings in a great amount of emotions in the climax of the film. It’s a matter of time for us to take the correct script and director and we would hopefully love to come back with a love story very very soon," he continued.


When asked about the one thing that he would like to change about her, Sidharth said, “One thing I would like to change is that Kiara doesn’t have a love story with me.”

Aaah! Does that hint at something?

The movie, Shershaah chronicles the life and times of Captain Vikram Batra and the ultimate sacrifice he made for the nation. He died fighting for the country in the 1999 Kargil war. The film, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video, was directed by Vishnuvaradhan and was backed by Dharma Productions.

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