Shraddha Kapoor is seen romancing Arjun Kapoor in the snow on the newly released poster of Half Girlfriend. Now, if you jog your memory, you will recall that she has romanced Shahid Kapoor and Sidharth Malhotra in the snow in Haider and Ek Villain respectively. And both these films turned out to be superhits. So the question is whether Half Girlfriend will follow suit? Let’s hope that this time too, it works out to be in her favour. The last time we saw Shraddha on the big screen was in OK Jaanu with Aditya Roy Kapur and the film tanked miserably at the box office. Not just that, her previous film, Rock On 2, was a disaster too. So it is ideally very important for Shradha’s career that Half Girlfriend turns out to be a fairly good film at the box office
As long as the first poster is concerned, Shraddha and Arjun make a cute pair. They are seen holding hands, with their backs to each other as they are seen enjoying the snow. So yeah, the couple looks great but will the chemistry be great too? Let’s wait and watch! Also, the motion poster of the film released this morning and it has only made us impatient for the songs to come out. So all in all, we can say that there is much anticipation about Shraddha’s next film, Half Girlfriend.
For those who don’t know, Half Girlfriend is the film adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s novel by the same name. The lead protagonists play basketball players in the movie. When Shraddha Kapoor was cast in the film adaptation as the main lead many had expressed their concern on whether she will be able to play the character well because she has a girl-next-door image. But, if director Mohit Suri, who has directed her in two films Aashiqui 2 and Ek Villain, in the past is to be believed then Shraddha is a quick learner. He told Mid-day, “Shraddha would train for hours on end every day for over a month. While Arjun is a basketball pro, Shraddha was supposed to play a university girl, who is damn good at it. It was important for her to get the basics right. She is a quick learner and also receptive to feedback. The DU girls, who play basketball, would play a game or two with her while we weren’t shooting.”