- “I can’t tell you how grateful I am,” Harshvardhan wrote.
- “I wanted to take the opportunity to broadcast some things,” he wrote.
- ‘AK vs AK’ is streaming on Netflix
One could love or hate Harshvardhan Kapoor’s character on Netflix. AK vs. AK, but surely I can’t ignore it. Harshvardhan, who made an extended cameo in the film starring his father Anil Kapoor and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, in his latest Instagram post, wrote that his character was an “exaggerated fictional version” of him. Harshvardhan, who played the role of a quintessential spoiled brat, wrote in his note: “Hi guys, I hope everyone has a great weekend and stays safe. I can’t tell you how grateful I am to all of you who have seen AK vs. AKfor the last two days and he wrote to me and I enjoyed the movie and my scenes. I really didn’t expect it and it means a lot to me … it really does. I also wanted to take this opportunity to broadcast some things. The character that I’m playing in the movie is an exaggerated fictional version of me. “
the Mirzya The actor added, “I’m not really like that, too Bhavesh Joshi Superhero It is my favorite movie of the 3 that I have been part of so far. Everyone who knows me knows that I love it. Those lines that I improvised were just to have a little fun and drag Vikramaditya Motwane (the director of the movie) into the mix and I thought it would be fun. We both love the movie! Much.”
Referring to the sequence in the movie where you desperately want to sign a movie with the filmmaker. Anurag Kashyap, Harshvardhan wrote: “The character will do anything to massage Anurag Kashyap’s ego and impress him, so I felt like it was something ‘He’ would say.” The actor explained that in real life he would never react like he did in the movie and added: “I would never say that.” He signed the post saying, “To all the Bhavesh fans who DM me about it, I just wanted to write this post for you guys and clear this up! And as a fan of Vikram’s movie I hope the character returns one day. . “
Read Harshvardhan’s post here:
AK vs. AK open to very positive reviews from film critics. Saibal Chatterjee, in his review for GossipMantri, gave the film a 3.5 star rating and wrote: “All things considered, AK vs. AK It’s a minor miracle It is worth embracing with all our might. It is Halley’s Comet from Hindi cinema. It is unlikely that we will ever see anything like this again. “