Shraddha Kapoor keen to work with Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor
Actress Shraddha Kapoor, who currently awaits the release of Baaghi, says she is keen to work with actors Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in the future
Mumbai: Actress Shraddha Kapoor, who currently awaits the release of her forthcoming film Baaghi, says she is keen to work with actors Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in the future.
The actress, who is busy shooting for her next OK Jaanu, treated her fans to a question and answer session on Twitter, where one user asked which actor the Aashiqui 2 actress would like to work with in her future projects.
To which Shraddha replied: "Ranveer and Ranbir."
The actress will soon be seen sharing screen space with actor Tiger Shroff for the first time in the film Baaghi.
Asked how was it working with the Heropanti star, Shraddha replied: "He is amazing to work with and very very inspiring!"
The actress also labelled Tiger as a "superb co-star" and Sabbir Khan as a "happy director".
"Really amazing. Got to work with an awesome team. Sabbir sir is a happy director and Tiger is a superb co-star," she added.
Apart from Baaghi, Shraddha will be seen in OK Jaanu, Half Girlfriend and Rock On 2.
The Ek Villain actress was asked if she would be crooning a number for any of her upcoming movies, Shraddha replied: "Yes will be singing all my songs for Rock On 2.
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