After 3 long years, Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor are once again coming to steam up the screen with their sizzling chemistry in Karan Johar's OK Jaanu which is the official remake of Mani Ratnam's Tamil film O Kadhal Kanmani.
Aditya and Shraddha will be locking lips in most of the scenes including their steamy love making sequence in the film. While the two share a great bond with each other, the two were quite comfortable while shooting for the intimate scenes. And since Aditya and Shraddha have shared kissing scenes with their other co-stars as well, we asked them to name who is the best kisser among other actors with whom they have shared screen space including themselves.
At first, Aditya pointed out that they aren't kissing in the poster, but when prodded further, he went on to answer on behalf of Shraddha and told Filmipop.com, "I think Varun is the best kisser."
Talking about box office success and failures, Aditya and Shraddha, both have had a mixed bag of movies in their career. While Shraddha Kapoor's last outing Rock On 2 failed at the box office, Aditya Roy Kapur's last outing Fitoor had also suffered the same fate.
When asked does it feel bad when their films don't fare well at the box office and how does it affects them, Shraddha said, "Yeah. Of course. It does a lot. Especially for each film you give so much of your time and hours and your shooting sometimes 15-20 hours and you give days that are stretchened and one Friday or one weekend decides the fate of the film. So if that isn't favourable, it means that your film hasn't done well, then you feel like why didn't it do well, why people didn't go and watch it. But I think the good thing is I was pretty upset when Rock On 2 didn't do well. The demonetisation also played its part but the next thing you have to do is focus on your work as much as you can."
"Yeah. It definitely affects you. You put so much hardwork in your film and there are so many expectations and there's so much involved not only money. But it also to respect those things and feel bad, it's all a part of the business. I think in a sense that I started by career with three films that didn't do well. And then a couple did and a couple didn't again after that. So I think that was a good learning about how this business is which changes Friday to Friday and as long as your perception and confidence in yourself is not shaken. And that self-confidence in you as an actor is very important because by definition this job, you don't know from where your next job is coming from. You want someone to call you. You want someone to employ you. So that can be a little unsettling because sometimes you know you are floating and you are waiting. So your job can make you feel insecure but you have to first of all very sure that what exactly you want to do and secondly, not take the success to seriously and not feel that the failure is end of the world because films doesn't fail or fly only on one day. So you shouldn't beat yourself about it." Aditya said.
Directed by Shaad Ali, OK Jaanu tells the story of a couple in a live-in relationship and is slated to release on January 13.