“With Alia, life is set!”- Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor & Karan Malhotra | Shamshera | Film Companion

“With Alia, life is set!”- Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor & Karan Malhotra | Shamshera | Film Companion

Ahead of the release of Shamshera, Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor & Karan Malhotra are on Spill The Tea with Sneha Menon Desai telling us everything that went into making the magnum opus. In this candid and fun conversation, Ranbir talks to us about fatherhood, his love for Masai Mara, and what defines his relationship with Alia Bhatt.

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Edited by: Rahul Krishnan
Producer: Sneha Menon Desai
Asst. Producer: Vinisha Tauro
DoP & Sound: Rahul Chaudhary
Production Manager: Vir Suryawansshi
Sound Recordist: Abhijit
Equipment Hire: LBS Equipment

Time Stamps:
00:00 Promo
00:32 Playing Cat & Mouse with media
01:00 Chemistry of Ranbir with director Karan Malhotra
05:30 Vaani Kapoor on female-driven characters
07:15 Work-Life balance of Ranbir Kapoor
08:20 Ranbir's hack to enter into character
09:25 Karan Malhotra on Ranbir Kapoor's honesty & humor
12:10 How do Ranbir Kapoor & Vaani Kapoor break the ice?
14:20 Ranbir Kapoor on Rishi Kapoor's advice
15:35 What is the Kapoor Legacy?
16:40 Do's and Don'ts by Ranbir Kapoor for Masai Mara
18:38 Spill the Tea with Sneha

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