Shahid's Biggest critic is his dad

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With respected names such as Vishal Bhardwaj, Gulzar, Ronie Screwvala and UTV, it is obvious that the project gets associated with huge expectations and craze even before its release. And if it also has a great energetic track, capable of bringing out all the hidden madness in you (Dhan Tan Nan), then the movie is destined to see long queues of cinema lovers at the box office window. Vishal Bharadwajs film Kaminey tells the story of two twin brothers who hate and avoid each other like plague until life makes their paths cross. The movie stars Shahid Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Amole Gupte in lead roles. The movie is a typical Vishal Bharadwaj brand of cinema. The characters are devoid of any glamour. Even the locations are rustic and hard hitting. The locations like Goregoan Station, Wadi Bunder and Kandivali junkyards and many such locations of Mumbai and Pune too add to the rawness in the film. Kaminey is one film of its kind and the fans of Shahid Kapoor are definitely going in for a surprise! Vishal Bharadwaj's 'Kaminey' has the actor in a character that's completely opposite his image, hard-hitting and raw! After delivering solo 3 hits in a row, Shahid will again will be seen in one more solo starrer 'Kaminey', which the industry feel is quite commendable. Keeping the entire mood of the story in mind, Shahid has a look of a guy who is absolutely raw, hard and tough. This is for the first time that Shahid will be seen playing this kind of a character. It is in ...

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