Once a mentor, always a mentor: Shraddha Kapoor
Last Updated: Thursday, March 06, 2014, 21:12
  
Once a mentor, always a mentor: Shraddha Kapoor

Mumbai: Actress Shraddha Kapoor, who had a fallout with Aditya Chopra after she flouted her three-film deal with Yash Raj Films (YRF) for `Aashiqui 2`, says she will always consider the producer as her mentor. She hopes he will call her for a movie someday.


During the shooting of a forthcoming episode of celebrity chat show `Koffee With Karan`, Shraddha was asked by host and filmmaker Karan Johar if she still shares a cordial relationship with Chopra.

“He is always going to be my mentor, always,” said Shraddha.

To that, Karan asked - “So, no matter what water ran through that bridge it’s all okay now?”

Shraddha responded by saying: “Well! I am just waiting for the day when he calls me and tells me, ‘Shraddha I want you in a film’. So, fingers crossed...that should happen soon.”

The actress, daughter of seasoned actor Shakti Kapoor, made her Bollywood debut with 2008 film `Teen Patti`, following which she featured in YRF`s `Luv Ka The End`.

It was the first project of her three-film deal with the film production giant, but instead of opting to do a second YRF movie, she gave a nod to `Aashiqui 2`.

The romantic film gave her visibility like none of her past films, and it was almost like a new lease of life in filmdom for her.

Her desire to work with YRF again was also apparent when during the rapid-fire round on `Koffee With Karan`, the celebrity host asked her to give quick answers to "One thing the following people have which you don`t."

Karan: "Parineeti Chopra"
Shraddha: "Aditya Chopra"

Karan: "Alia Bhatt"
Shraddha: "You!"

Karan: "Sonakshi Sinha"
Shraddha: "Salman Khan"

The episode featuring Shraddha and her `Aashiqui 2` co-star Aditya Roy Kapur will be aired Sunday.


IANS

First Published: Thursday, March 06, 2014, 19:45



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