Taapsee Pannu on Monday lay into Kabir Singh director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s comments about violence being an ‘honest’ expression of love.
Shahid Kapoor's biggest solo opener, 'Kabir Singh', is inching closer to the 250 Cr mark, trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh tweeted.
17 days and Rs 235.72 crores later, Kabir Singh has a divided audience – ardent supporters of the movie and people who are left speechless by the glaring misogyny.
The role Shahid plays in the movie has been condemned by a section of the audience and critics who have tagged it misogynistic and one which perpetuates toxic masculinity.
The film is not just the biggest opener of Shahid Kapoor's career, it became the biggest opener for an A-certified film in India too.
Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga of "Arjun Reddy" fame, "Kabir Singh" is the third take on the story, which was also remade in Tamil as "Adithya Varma".
According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the movie collected Rs 20.21 crore on its first day becoming the biggest non-holiday opening day of 2019.
There’s no forgetting an original performance, a sentiment this story coasts rather lazily on.
'Shaandaar', which was touted as the biggest, craziest and zaniest wedding celebration on the silver screen, turned out to be a damp squib at the box office in 2015.
The 'Kabir Singh' stars, stark opposites of their onscreen personalities in Kabir Singh, open up about their characters.
After starring in a series of love stories, Shahid's career witnessed a turn around when Vishal Bhardwaj cast him in a double role in "Kaminey", setting the tone for his future filmography.
Shahid Kapoor says working on Kabir Singh has been extremely challenging for him—emotionally and physically.
She captioned the image as: "16 year challenge" along with a fire emoji.
The song traces the journey of how Kabir and Preeti fell in love. It features the actor adding a pillion to his bike for his love.
Sharing the song on Twitter, Shahid wrote, "Mere Sohneya! #KabirSingh #outnow"