Shahid Kapoor said he detested the term “cute”: Why would you address anybody in that manner?

Shahid Kapoor reminisced on his two-decade Bollywood career and admitted that he detested his “cute” image. In the 2003 movie Ishq Vishk, Shahid made his acting debut as the main character.

With Farzi, a web series produced by Prime Video and directed by the team of Raj and DK, Shahid Kapoor has made his OTT debut. Shahid recently discussed his two-decade Bollywood career in an interview. He claimed he detested his “cute” reputation but had grown to “be graceful and embrace it.”

Shahid, a dancer in Subhash Ghai’s Taal, made his Bollywood debut. He is the son of actors Pankaj Kapur and Neliima Azeem (1999). He made his acting debut four years later in the main role of Ishq Vishk (2003), for which he was nominated for a Filmfare Best Male Debut Award. Since then, Shahid has been in a number of movies, including Vivah, Jab We Met, Kaminey, Padmaavat, and Kabir Singh. In a recent interview, he reminisced on his acting career and talked about being perceived as “cute.”

Shahid previously stated that movies like Jab We Met (2007) can only be made once every twenty years in another interview. He added that he wanted to collaborate with Imtiaz Ali again on a love story. His future projects include Kriti Sanon’s untitled movie and Bloody Daddy, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.