Shahid Kapoor Reveals He Was Bullied In School: "Was Treated Very Badly"

"I hated my school in Bombay," said the actor

Shahid Kapoor Reveals He Was Bullied In School: 'Was Treated Very Badly'

Shahid Kapoor shared this image. (courtesy: shahidkapoor)

New Delhi:

Shahid Kapoor, whose film Jersey released in theatres last week, has been super busy with the film's promotions. During an interview with a food and travel YouTube channel Curly Tales,Shahid Kapoor revealed that he was bullied as a child during his school days. He said during the interaction: "I hated my school in Bombay, cause I was bullied and treated very badly. The teachers also were not nice to me. Sorry but that's true. I loved my school in Delhi, I was there from Jr KG and I had a lot of friends." Speaking of his childhood years, the 41-year-old actor added, "I have amazing memories in Delhi and not very pleasant memories of schooling in Bombay. My college in Bombay was really nice, I had a lot of fun, I was in Mithibai, but schooling was not so nice."

Shahid Kapoor, son of actors Pankaj Kapur and Neelima Azeem, is a star of critically acclaimed as well as hit films like Udta Punjab, Haider, Jab We Met, "Padmaavat" and Ishq Vishk and the 2019 hit Kabir Singh, co-starring Kiara Advani.

Shahid Kapoor was last seen in the sports drama Jersey, alongside Mrunal Thakur and Pankaj Kapur. The film is a Hindi remake of the Telugu hit of the same name, which starred Nani in the lead role. His next project will be directed by The Family Man creators Raj and DK. He will co-star with Vijay Sethupathi and Raashi Khanna.

On the personal front, Shahid married Mira Rajput in July in 2015. Their daughter Misha was born a year later in August. Shahid and Mira are also parents to a son named Zain, who they welcomed in the year 2018.