Shahid Kapoor, who had started shooting for Vikas Bahl's Shaandaar even before his wedding in July, said that he is happy that his marriage ceremony wasn't as 'crazy and psychotic' as the one in Shaandaar. He also confessed that he would have found it difficult to deal with relatives like the ones in Shaandaar.
Shahid Kapoor, who has featured in Vikas Bahl's Shaandaar, said that he is very fortunate that he is doing a quirky film like Shaandaar after the dark and edgy Haider. "I am very fortunate. Also, I am in a very happy place because I am doing a quirky film like Shaandaar after Haider. It's the nicest thing that I could have ever wished for," Shahid told NDTV.
In between the promotions of her film Shaandaar, actress Alia Bhatt found time to pose for a selfie with co-star Shahid Kapoor and his normally reticent wife Mira Rajput.
When asked, how far marriage with Mira has disciplined Shahid Kapoor, the actor did not shy away from making an honest confession: "My wife has full control over me." On sharing screen space with father Pankaj Kapur in Shaandaar he said: "It's damn scary."
Shahid Kapoor revealed that his Shaandaar co-star Alia Bhatt is 'constantly on phone with a certain Sid from marketing'.