Shahid revealed: we are afraid of experimenting with fresh minds | Memsaab.com

Shahid revealed: we are afraid of experimenting with fresh minds

At the success bash of ‘Udta Punjab’, Shahid said we are afraid of experimenting with fresh minds.

At the success bash of ‘Udta Punjab’, Shahid said we are afraid of experimenting with fresh minds.
In This Image: Shahid Kapoor
At the success bash of ‘Udta Punjab’, Shahid said we are afraid of experimenting with fresh minds.
 

He stated, "Since I have done 'Kaminey', one thing I have realised is that the youth wants to watch something different. However, we are scared to experiment with new ideas.

He stated,
In This Image: Shahid Kapoor
Bollywood's chocolate boy Shahid believes that after delivering a powerhouse performance in Kaminey, he lost the track.

"After 'Kaminey', I think I lost the track. So after 'Haider', I did not want to repeat the same mistake. With due respect to the kind of support and appreciation I received for 'Haider', I wanted to do better roles.

In This Image: Shahid Kapoor
After a scuffle with the censor board, Udta Punjab was released on June 17. He said I'm happy I didn't have to wait much and got a chance to perform in 'Udta Punjab'.

He plays the role of a drug addict rock star named Tommy Singh in Udta Punjab, which got leaked online before its release, has been lauded by many.

He plays the role of a drug addict rock star named Tommy Singh in Udta Punjab, which got leaked online before its release, has been lauded by many.
In This Image: Shahid Kapoor
He added, "We are genuinely upset about the leak. But we are thankful for the massive support we got from the media and people. Even though the leak happened, it is the biggest opening in my career.
 

Further, he said, I feel if the film wasn't leaked, it could have earned 20 to 25 per cent more.

Further, he said, I feel if the film wasn't leaked, it could have earned 20 to 25 per cent more.
In This Image: Shahid Kapoor
The Abhishek Chaubey directorial, based on drug abuse in Punjab, minted Rs 33.80 crore in its opening weekend