Vaani Kapoor starts shooting for Abhishek Kapoor’s next with Ayushmann Khurrana

Vaani Kapoor has started shooting for her next, a progressive love story opposite Ayushmann Khurrana. Vaani who recently wrapped up the shoot for Bellbottom in which she has been paired opposite Akshay Kumar is thrilled that she is collaborating with Abhishek Kapoor and reveals that the director is a ‘master of human emotions’,  is all pumped to start her second project post lockdown.

On Tuesday evening, Vaani took to her Instagram handle to share a selfie and wrote, “Prep ! Prep ! Prep ! And the shoot begins..”

 

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Prep ! Prep ! Prep ! And the shoot begins.. 🎥 🧿 ❤️

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She will be seen playing a cross-functional athlete in the film. Ayushmann has also been prepping for months as he will be beefing up for the role. To hide his new look, Khurrana has also limited the use of social media as we can see his latest advertisements on television his hairstyle not showing in tv ads also.

While speaking about the film, Vaani had said, “It’s a lovely heart-rendering film. I have always wanted to work with Abhishek Kapoor, being so inspired by his films this feels like an amazing opportunity to be part of his vision. Ayushmann is one of the most talented actors of our generation and I’m only thrilled about our first film together to be this beautiful love story.”

“Abhishek Kapoor is a master when it comes to capturing human emotions. He has done it brilliantly in films like Rock On!, Kai Po Che, Kedarnath among others. His prowess in dissecting the finer nuances in relationships is what fascinated me about his film-making. I was awed by the way he depicted the story of 3 friends in Kai Po Che. It was real, it was simple but complicated and it was heart-breaking but beautiful. I cannot wait to work with him because I feel I will learn a lot on the sets of this love story,” says Vaani.

Vaani adds, “I can’t deny that every little thing you do is one step forward and people get to see you more. Then they get to decide whether they like you or not but for them to have an opinion about you, they have to see you. War did expose me to a bigger audience. I got a lot of positive reviews. It did make a huge difference and people saw me in a different light.”

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