Arjun Kapoor Watches Broadway Show, Cannot Stop Gushing About It

Arjun Kapoor Watches Broadway Show, Cannot Stop Gushing About It

Arjun Kapoor is gearing up for his next film. To get into character, the actor watched To Kill A Mockingbird. Arjun believes it is important to get into the skin of your character
Arjun Kapoor Watches Broadway Show, Cannot Stop Gushing About It
Arjun Kapoor

Arjun Kapoor has been making headlines as of late, possibly because of his recently made public relationship with Malaika Arora. The two have been vacationing in New York City, where they also met with Rishi Kapoor and wife, Neetu Kapoor. Arjun Kapoor was last seen on the big screen in India’s Most Wanted which was subject to lots of mixed reviews from the audience. He is now gearing up for Ashutosh Gowariker’s Panipat and fans can hardly wait. For every Bollywood actor, it is important to truly understand the character of the role he or she is going to be playing.

To get into the skin of his next character, Arjun Kapoor has been undergoing some hardcore training as part of his prep. After spending lots of time with his lady love, it appears that Arjun took a short break and attended a play in New York, seemingly without Malaika. The Gunday actor took to social media and shared a glimpse of a ticket he purchased for the play To Kill A Mockingbird and couldn’t stop praising it.

“As actors we become numb to consuming other works because we know the process to a certain degree but every once in a while something comes about and punches u in the gut so so hard,” he said in his tweet.

He further went on to describe the play and said it was based on America post-civil war and called it ‘relevant across the world even today.’ Watching the play made Arjun feel humbled and emotional and talking on the script and writing he said it was “sharp and engaging” and that he loved every minute of it.

Arjun Kapoor will next be seen in Panipat in which he will share screen space with Kriti Sanon and Sanjay Dutt. The film is based on the Third Battle of Panipat between the Maratha Empire and the Durrani Empire in 1961. Co-produced by Sunita Gowariker and Rohit Shelatkar, the film is slated for release on December 6.

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