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Saina, Arjun praise Shraddha for her 'Haseena' look

India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi 30 Mar 2017, 18:34:51 IST
India TV Entertainment Desk

Actress Shraddha Kapoor received much appreciation for her fresh avatar in her forthcoming film ‘Haseena: The Queen Of Mumbai’.  

The ‘OK Jaanu’ actress will be portraying the character of underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim’s sister Haseena Parkar in her forthcoming film. 

While her real-life brother, Siddhanth Kapoor, will be playing her on-screen brother, in the film. Shraddha disclosed the first look of her brother’s character in the film through her social media account yesterday. Siddhanth Kapoor will be playing Dawood role in the film.

Sharing the first look of Siddhanth from the film, Shraddha wrote, ‘’ Check out my onscreen AND offscreen #BHAI !!!! @SiddhanthKapoor #HASEENA #ComingSoon #ApoorvaLakhia’’.

Donning black salwar suit, Shraddha looked intense in her non-glamorous avatar. 

Congratulating Shraddha for her next venture, badminton player Saina Nehwal wrote, ‘’The poster looks class Shraddha ... good luck to u’’.

Actor Arjun Kapoor too wished Shraddha good luck for her film and wrote, ‘’ Killing it matey !!!’’

It would be interesting to see that how well the real-life brother-sister fit into the on-screen sibling characters. 

The first poster of Shraddha starrer, Apoorva Lakhia's film was released in February, this year.

The actress in an interview with a news agency said that, "I am very excited and nervous because I've been thinking if I have to do a scene with him, I've to forget that he is my bhaiya. He is the character in the film who is also my brother. But ultimately I think it'll help that we are brothers and sisters. I hope that bond translates on screen."

Shraddha will be next seen in Mohit Suri's ‘Half Girlfriend’, which also stars Arjun Kapoor. The actress, who was busy in shooting for both the films at the same time said, it was ‘challenging’ for her to switch between contrasting roles.