It may be few more days till Raabta hit the theatres across the country, but the buzz on the lead actors, Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon has already dominated the social media conversation.
Both actors have now opened up on each other and their chemistry, which is being appreciated by all and sundry.
Kriti Sanon says her “Raabta” co- star Sushant Singh Rajput, who had a face-off with media during recent press interactions, is not short tempered.
Sushant was caught in a verbal spat with a journalist at the trailer launch of his upcoming film “Raabta” when asked about Pakistan’s decision to execute Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav on charges of spying.
He again reportedly lost his cool when journalists asked about plagiarism charges against “Raabta” by producers of Telugu film “Magadheera”.
“It is strange. I have known him during the filming of ‘Raabta’ and that time ‘M S Dhoni: The Untold Story’ had not released. I have seen him before and after the release of ‘M S Dhoni..’, he has been the same.
“It’s unfortunate that things have been taken in a wrong way. I have known him as a person and he is not short tempered at all,” Kriti says.
The actress further says in both the incidences involving Sushant, things were taken in a different way.
“When he said that he doesn’t know anything (referring to Kulbhushan Jadhav) doesn’t mean putting off anger. It is rather being confident. I don’t know what went wrong… I think things were taken in a different way,” she says.
As for Sushant, he too opened up on what he liked about Kriti particularly when Bollywood is abuzz with rumours about their on-screen chemistry.
“We have a lot of things in common. We have a similar passion, we are both from Delhi and from an engineering background. We have the same passion for films and want to give our 100 per cent no matter what. These are the things we like about each other,” he was quoted by IANS.
The track, Darasal, from the movie has become an instant hit on internet Sushant’s fans simply unable to take their eyes off the chemistry with Kriti.