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WHAT! Is Shahid Kapoor willing to make his acting debut in Hollywood?

Shahid Kapoor, an actor, is now preoccupied with marketing his forthcoming movie Bloody Daddy. He has joined forces for the first time with Ali Abbas Zafar. Shahid recently discussed his opinions on making Hollywood films during the film's promotion. His contemporaries have succeeded in leaving their imprint in the West, including Priyanka Chopra, Alia Bhatt, Ali Fazal, and others. However, it appears that Shahid is content working here and does not have any ambitions to make his Hollywood debut. 

Shahid said to News 18 that he wouldn't visit Hollywood and "do some trash." Additionally, he stated that a Tamil, Telugu, or Malayalam film would better suit his acting needs. He said, "I have worked here for 20 years so I love my fraternity and I love our films. I feel very comfortable here. Having said that, I’m here to do good work. So on one hand you’re saying Hollywood, I’ll say the reverse thing… If somebody offers me a Tamil, Telugu or Malayalam movie and if I feel there’s a great role to do and it will satisfy me as an actor, I’ll go do that... If you are chasing performance and calibre, I wouldn’t want to go to Hollywood and do some trash. That’s not what I would want to do."

One should be motivated and delighted to take on a challenge, he continued. The actor shared, "Abhi mere ko Hollywood mein break mil gaya hai… kuch bhi kar lo… Nahi (Now I got a break in Hollywood, do anything, no)! There has to be a certain feeling from inside. You should feel inspired, excited and challenged to do something then language should not be a barrier. But language is a genuine thing. Some people are good at making a transition but some people are not. It’s not easy to do that…If I get an opportunity, I’d go anywhere. Just give me something exciting. I just did OTT. I don’t care."

Sanjay Kapoor and Diana Penty both play significant parts in Shahid's Bloody Daddy. JioCinema will debut the movie on June 9.

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