During an interview with Bollywood Bubble, Sidharth touched on his equation with Kiara, as well as what he likes about her. After hearing that a fan wanted him and Kiara in a “hardcore romantic” movie, he said, “Absolutely. The love we have for Vikram and Dimple on screen, also because we are limited, that is. is the first time we’ve worked in a love story… there is that classic vibe. It brings a lot of emotion and climax to the film. I think because it’s true, it is. why people are logging in. Hopefully it’s a matter of time to pick a good script and a good director, we hope to come back soon with a love story.
Asked what qualities he likes about Kiara and what he wants her to change, Sidharth said: “What I like is that off camera her behavior is different from a movie actress, she has the sense of a normal person, appreciate and admire, because I’m used to the off-camera, which is cool and easy. About change, that’s a very hard word to use… I wouldn’t want to change nothing, she’s a fabulous actress. Okay, what I would change is… she doesn’t have a love affair with me. “He quickly added,” She chooses a script and a story, which she is working on. ”
When is he getting married? He replied, “I don’t know, I’m not an astrologer. For whom is most important. When that happens I will let everyone know. There is no timetable, and it has to be done properly.
Speaking of actresses he would like to work with, including Kareena Kapoor or Deepika Padukone, he said, “Kareena and I shared a screen space in Brothers, where she did an article song. I’m a big fan of Bebo… I did an ad with Priyanka Chopra. I think working with Deepika would be interesting, pretty cool. It would be a different genre. I’m not picky when it comes to casting.
To find out if he had ever felt treated like a ‘foreigner’ he said: ‘You have to learn the hard way, when you are not in the cinema. You have to take the hardest route. You can’t take everyone at face value. It’s harder, because you always wonder why this person wouldn’t say what they want. Of course, you’ve seen people change with the tide, or a sense of interest you watch the hard way. I have sometimes detached myself from the industry, to keep this feeling of normalcy. It’s been nine years, and I approach initiates on my own merit, not someone else’s. “