Shahid Kapoor felt he ‘will never look the same once extra’ after busting his lip and getting 25 stitches during Jersey shoot | Bollywood

Shahid Kapoor revealed he ‘busted’ his lower lip during the making of Jersey. The actor hosted a keep session on Instagram on Saturday evening to talk about his upcoming film Jersey and shared the particulars. 

The makers of Jersey, a remake of a Telugu movie of the same title, launched the trailer earlier this week. During the session, he answered a bunch of questions posed by followers. One of whom requested Shahid Kapoor about his experience of teaching with a seasoned ball. It was then that he revealed the particulars. 

“I busted my lip on this film. My strongest memory of Jersey shall be that I felt that I’ll never look the same once extra,” he acknowledged. He shared that the incident got here about when he was coaching with a seasoned ball off digicam. The actor confessed that on the acknowledged day, he chosen to not placed on his helmet and thus the injury got here about. 

Deeming it ‘the stupidest issue’ of his life, Shahid acknowledged, “(The ball) busted my lower lip and we really wanted to stop taking footage for two months resulting from that. I wanted to get some 25 stitches. It really took three months for my lip to essentially really feel common — it nonetheless does not likely really feel common. There’s a component on my lip (giving followers an in depth look at it) which I actually really feel like its lifeless. I’m unable to switch it. So I’ve given my blood to this film.” 

 

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Jersey marks Shahid’s second Telugu remake since Kabir Singh. The film, which was a remake of Arjun Reddy, collected over 250 crore at the subject office. Speaking about the film’s success during the trailer launch, the actor confessed he had never expert such success in his career and was uncomfortable. 

“After Kabir Singh launched, I went like a beggar to everybody. I went to all these people who’ve made these 200-250 crore films. I’ve never been a part of this membership, so it was totally new to me. Having spent 15-16 years in the business, I never had such an infinite grosser. So, when it lastly occurred, I didn’t know the place to go, it was all new to me,” he acknowledged, as reported by Bollywood (*25*).

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