The success of his most recent film, Shershaah, which is based on the biography of Captain Vikram Batra, has the actor Sidharth Malhotra on a high. The movie, which starred Kiara Advani, won plaudits for the chemistry between its main characters. As a result of their public appearances in support of the movie, Sidharth and Kiara have been the subject of persistent rumours that they are more than just close friends.
Sidharth discussed his relationship with Kiara and the things he appreciates about her in an interview with Bollywood Bubble. He said, “Absolutely,” when informed that a fan wanted him and Kiara to star in a “hardcore romantic” movie. Because of these constraints and the fact that this is our first time working on a love tale, the support that Vikram and Dimple have received on screen has a timeless quality. She adds a great deal of drama and climax to the movie. I believe that people are connecting because it is true. We’re just waiting for the right script and director to come along, and perhaps we’ll have a love tale soon.
When is his wedding scheduled? I’m not an astrologer, he said in response. person is more significant. I’ll let everyone know when it occurs. There is no deadline, and it must be completed properly.
When asked about Kiara’s strengths and areas that need improvement, Sidharth responded, “What I like is that off-camera, her demeanour is unlike that of a film actress; she has a sense of regular person to herself, which I appreciate and admire because, off-camera, I’m a regular, which is cool and easy. It’s a really harsh word to employ in reference to change. She is a fantastic actor, therefore I wouldn’t change a thing. Okay, the thing I would change is that she and I don’t have a love story. “She picks a script and story, that she works on,” he swiftly added.
Kareena and I had previously shared screen time in Brothers, when she sang an item number, he stated when asked about female actors he would like to collaborate with, such as Deepika Padukone or Kareena Kapoor. I love Bebo a lot. I worked with Priyanka Chopra on a commercial. Working with Deepika, in my opinion, would be fun and exciting. It would belong to a distinct genre. When it comes to casting, I’m not choosy.
When asked if he had ever been treated differently because of his background in the film industry, he replied, “You have to learn the hard way. You must take the harder detour. Nobody should be taken at face value. It is more difficult because you constantly ponder why this individual isn’t saying what he wants to. Of course, you’ve witnessed people shift with the times or out of curiosity as you’ve learned the hard way. To maintain that sense of normalcy, I’ve occasionally cut ties with the business world. After nine years, I’m gradually moving closer to the insiders on my own merit and not that of anyone else.