When it comes to engaging with fans, Shahid Kapoor is one of the few actors who is always updating his fans with his upcoming films, projects. He also gives a sneak-peak into his life. As the actor himself says, he is definitely a changed person after marrying Mira Rajput, and his tiny doll Misha has just added the beauty of the couple’s life. He is very well balancing out his personal and professional life like a pro.
His look as Maharawal Ratan Singh in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus ‘Padmavati’ has broken the Internet. The fans are going crazy with his appearance and the costume of the historical character of Maharawal Ratan Singh. Knowing to be always thankful to his fans, the humbled actor hosted a live Facebook chat with his fan club from his Juhu residence, along with wife Mira. Here are some of the cute conversations. During the candid interaction, Shahid spoke about how he is so loyal towards his wife Mira Rajput, “I don’t lie to my wife”.
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The actor is visibly head over heels for wife Mira and wants to impress her with his ‘Padmavati’ character. This is what Shahid said, “Apart from the audience and Bhansali I have to convince Mira that I can pull of a Rajput king – Raja Rawal Ratan Singh.” The Rajput connection, it seems! Shahid spoke to his fans about Mira saying, “She was shocked to know how much you guys are aware of.” Interestingly, Shahid is seen asking Mira to join him during the chat. Mira, after waving cutely, joined her hubby for the chat. She said, “Hi Shanatics (Shahid fans), I don’t have to be introduced to them. They have such an overwhelming presence on social media. I think you love him more than I do (and the cute expression Shahid gives to Mira, will want you to fall in love)” Later, Mira shared Navratri wishes with Shahid’s fans. There’s a reason we are calling the conversation cute. Watch it for yourself to believe.
SEE PHOTOS: Shahid Kapoor, Mira Rajput’s Day Out With Daughter Misha
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