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‘Hasn’t happened to me before’, says Vaani Kapoor on having three films releasing in 2021

At the beginning of 2021, Vaani Kapoor had one movie lined up for launch which is Shamshera co-starring Ranbir Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the movie has been postponed indefinitely. Now, in 2021, the actor is gearing up for the discharge of her three films which she wrapped inside a yr amid the coronavirus pandemic. Vaani will subsequent be seen not solely in Shamshera but in addition Bellbottom and Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui.

With these three extremely anticipated films Vaani has collaborated with Karan Malhotra, Ranjit M Tewari, Abhishek Kapoor for the primary time. Moreover, she can even be sharing display area for the primary time with Ranbir, Akshay Kumar and Ayushmann Khurrana. 

Sharing her pleasure, Vaani said, “I am really looking forward to 2021. I will have three films releasing in a calendar year which hasn’t happened to me before! All these three films – Shamshera, Bellbottom, and Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui are extremely diverse and will help showcase different facets of me as an artist. I have always wanted to be an actor who stretches herself as a performer and isn’t afraid to take risks, to push the envelope. These three films have helped me do just that.”

Kapoor additional shared, “The fascinating film-makers whom I have collaborated with, and the incredible actors like Akshay sir, Ranbir, and Ayushmann whom I have witnessed perform has helped me explore and learn more as an actor. My learning curve on these films has been immense and I couldn’t be happier.”

Talking in regards to the shaping up of her profession, Vaani concluded by saying, “I want to always keep learning and exploring myself which, in turn, will help sharpen my craft. All I want is to be able to leave a mark as a performer, these three are big screen entertainers and I’m hoping that these movies will pull people into theatres. The industry has been heavily affected by the virus and we will need to bring people back to the cinemas.”

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