During recent promotions for his upcoming flick, “Kapoor and Sons Since 1921,” Sidharth Malhotra said that creating an on-screen sibling chemistry is harder than building a romance!
Sidharth Malhotra, Alia Bhatt and Fawad Khan have been making the rounds promoting their film, and recently the trio held a video conference in New York City for the film. When asked how Sidharth and Fawad built a sibling chemistry off screen, Sidharth laughingly said “lots of music, alcohol and other things.”
He also went on to say that when you create a romantic relationship on screen it happens as you play out the story because you are introduced to the characters, you meet, fall in love and a romantic relationship slowly builds as you go. However with siblings, you have to portray years of history—which is a lot harder to do. Siblings have a deeper relationship which can be difficult to portray on screen.
When asked the same question, Fawad Khan actually said that it could go either way!
“Either one can be difficult depending on your co-star,” Fawad said.
Sidharth Malhotra, Alia Bhatt and Fawad Khan star in the highly anticipated upcoming flick, “Kapoor and Sons Since 1921.” The film is produced by Karan Johar and directed by Shakun Batra. The film will release March 18.