Haven't Watched 'Shaandar' yet, Mira Shown it as Birthday Gift: Shahid

Published: 11th September 2015 12:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th September 2015 12:05 AM   |  A+A-


Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor with his wife Mira Rajput | PTI


MUMBAI: Actor Shahid Kapoor said that he hasn't watched his film "Shaandaar" yet but director Vikas Bahl has showed it to his wife Mira Rajput as gift for her birthday.

At a press meet on Thursday to unveil the song "Gulaabo", Shahid, again asked questions abut wife Mira and what he gifted her on her birthday, replied: "Vikas presented her a birthday gift, which was to show her 'Shaandaar'. She came and she watched 'Shaandaar'. Even I haven't watched the film till now and Vikas has showed it only to Mira."

"Gulaabo" is a kind of bachelorette bash song, as Alia Bhatt in the film is arranging the bash for the character played by Shahid's sister Sanah who makes her debut with the film. Shahid was asked how excited was he to be part of a bachelor's party (in the song) two months after his wedding, when Alia again stood up for him.

At the last event, Alia was seen protecting Shahid from all questions related to his personal life. This time too Alia continued answering on Shahid's behalf for these questions. She said: "I have said this time and again my friends, no wedding questions. I'm standing here, there won't be any questions.

"Even if you ask me about my marriage, I won't be answering them."

At this, Shahid replied: "If you ask about her marriage, I'll stand for her. That's the feelings we have."

"Shaandaar", produced by Dharma Productions and Phantom Productions, is releasing on October 22.


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