'Dhadak' makes Arjun Kapoor nostalgic, reminds him of 'Ishaqzaade' days
Arjun Kapoor says the trailer of his half-sister Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter's Bollywood debut "Dhadak" makes him nostalgic. The 32-year-old actor, who made his debut in Hindi film industry with 2012's "Ishaqzaade", says looking at the response to the trailer of the Shashank Khaitan-directed film he can understand how people must have reacted to the rushes of his first movie. Here's more.
I realize this is how people saw 'Ishaqzaade': Arjun
"When I see rushes of 'Dhadak' I realize this is how people must have seen 'Ishaqzaade'. I didn't get any sense at that time and today six years later maybe I can be objective about how people experienced Parma and Zoya," Arjun said.
I feel 'Dhadak' is going to be a big-hit: Arjun
Arjun, on the sidelines of IIFA, said he and Shashank worked on "Ishaqzaade" and he has a feeling that "Dhadak" is going to be a big hit. Produced by Karan Johar's Dharma Production, "Dhadak" is the official remake of Marathi blockbuster "Sairat", about two doomed lovers of different castes. The film is set to be released on July 20 this year.