TELE­VI­SION MU­SIC IT’S OKAY TO WAIT AND DO GOOD MOVIES: SHAHID

The ac­tor only wants to do films that have good con­tent and are en­ter­tain­ing

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Shahid Kapoor (left) hasn’t signed any movie af­ter Pad­ma­vati, which is cur­rently be­ing filmed. The ac­tor says he isn’t wor­ried about not be­ing seen on screen. “It isn’t a thing to worry about. You should only worry when you are not do­ing a good film. It’s okay to wait and do good movies. I want to be as­so­ci­ated with films that have good con­tent and are en­ter­tain­ing at the same time,” he says.

The film, which is be­ing di­rected by San­jay Leela Bhansali, also stars Deepika Padukone and Ran­veer Singh. Not will­ing to di­vulge much about the film, Shahid says, “All I can say is that it’s go­ing to be a spec­tac­u­lar vis­ual ex­pe­ri­ence.”

There were ru­mours that Bhansali is so im­pressed with Shahid, he has cast him in his next, Tues­days and Fri­days, a light- hearted ro­man­tic com­edy. “I haven’t signed any­thing af­ter Pad­ma­vati. So wait for an (of­fi­cial) an­nounce­ment,” says Shahid, whose last film, Ran­goon (di­rected by Vishal Bhard­waj), did not do well at the box of­fice.

“When a film doesn’t do the busi­ness or get the ap­pre­ci­a­tion it should, it’s heart­break­ing. I was for­tu­nate that peo­ple liked me in Ran­goon... Peo­ple have mostly liked my work in his [Vishal’s] films. I’m sure that when we work to­gether again, we’ll do some­thing great,” says Shahid.

I haven’t signed any­thing af­ter Pad­ma­vati. So wait for an (of­fi­cial) an­nounce­ment SHAHID KAPOOR, AC­TOR

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