In the wake of wrapping upthe sports-dramatization film Jersey, Shahid Kapoor was good to go to start going for his next, Yoddha with Disha Patani. The movie is directed by Dhadak acclaimed director Shashank Khaitan under the flag of Karan Johar. Be that as it may, soon there was a buzz around the actor moving out of the film attributable to some creative differences.
As per the reports the actor was unhappy with the content and the creators objection to his egotistical conduct. Yet, as of late, Shashank disproved every rumour in a meeting with Mid-Day. He uncovered that the film paused because of pandemic and he and Shahid are as yet sorting out their collaboration.
He added that as the film must be shot in different nations, they are uncertain in the event that they could venture out for shoot because of the pandemic. As the film will require a lot of coordinations support, it doesn’t appear to be conceivable thinking about the current circumstance. “Given the circumstances, even travelling to Borivali is not feasible during these times,” expressed Shashank.
Finally, the director affirmed that whenever normalcy is reestablished all throughout the planet, he will restore his undertaking Yoddha. Meanwhile, Shashank is focussing on his next Rannbhoomi starring Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor and another flick titled Mr. Lele.
Allegedly, the film Mr Lele initially had Varun playing the lead role however as of late, the cast has been changed, and Vicky Kaushal has been roped in to paper the primary character with Kiara Advani in his opposition.
Shahid will next be found in the official remake of the Telugu film Jersey. He will be seen depicting the part of a cricketer in the film. The film has Mrunal Thakur and Pankaj Kapur in crucial roles.
As of late, the actor declared the release date of his film on Instagram.
He even praised the first Telugu film for winning National Film Award for Best Film and Best Editor by sharing the banner of the film via online media. He congratulated the whole group and stated, “Thanks for the extra pressure.”