Shahid Kapoors scoop on Kaminey

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Vishal Bhardwajs much-awaited upcoming venture Kaminey is all set to hit the silver screen on 14th August 2009. After the success of Love Aaj Kal, everyones eyes are on Kaminey which stars Shahid Kapoor in a double role, Priyanka Chopra. Vishal Bhardwajs music and promos of the film are already creating waves and recently, the cast of the film were seen promoting Kaminey vigorously at a press conference in a red lounge of well-known cinema hall. Apart from addressing the media about what Kaminey is all about, the media was also acquainted with the characters in the promos exclusively made on them. Kaminey has got an A certificate from censor board. However, Bhardwaj along with his team expressed their disagreement and claimed the film to be too clean to be watched by the entire family together. While Priyanka Chopra and Shahid Kapur were seen chatting, smiling and denying their link-ups during the recent news conference for their upcoming movie Kaminey in Mumbai. Recently in a candid chat Shahid Kapoor promoted and spoke about the double role in his forthcoming movie Kamineytake a look!

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