This Article is From Feb 17, 2023

Shahid Kapoor Gatecrashes Special Jab We Met Screening, Dances With Fans To Mauja Hi Mauja

Jab We Met, directed by Imtiaz Ali, also starred Kareena Kapoor in the lead role. It was released in October 2007

Shahid Kapoor Gatecrashes Special Jab We Met Screening, Dances With Fans To Mauja Hi Mauja

Shahid Kapoor with fans (courtesy: shahidkapoor)

Shahid Kapoor's Jab We Met was one of the “classic romantic” films that were screened as part of PVR's Valentine's Day Film Festival, which started on February 10. Now, what if we tell you that the actor decided to surprise his fans at one of the screenings? Well, well, it happened. In a video uploaded on Instagram, Shahid is seen making his way to the screen playing Jab We Met. Fans look super excited after seeing Shahid. The actor climbs a few stairs and greets his fans. Towards the end, they are seen dancing to the hit track Mauja Hi Mauja. Shahid was at the multiplex for the premiere of  Kartik Aaryan's Shehzada. Along with the video, Shahid wrote, “Jab We Met 16 years later.”

Jab We Met,directed by Imtiaz Ali, also starred Kareena Kapoor in the lead role. It was released in October 2007.

Before this, Shahid Kapoor quote-tweeted a video from Jab We Met's special screening and wrote, “Too special.” In the clip, which was recorded inside a theatre, fans are seen grooving to Mauja Hi Mauja. The text attached to the tweet read, “After almost 16 years Jab We Met in Valentine's Week is running houseful without any promotions in social media, speaks volume of a cult romantic comedy. Shahid Kapoor,  bro do check reactions of public in theatre, u will love it.”

Shahid Kapoor's latest release Farzi has been receiving love and admiration from critics and fans alike. Shahid's performance as an “artist” is too good to miss. The web series, directed by Raj and DK, also stars Vijay Sethupathi, Kay Kay Menon, Raashii Khanna, and Amol Palekar in crucial roles.

In his review, NDTV's Saibal Chatterjee wrote, “Farzi isn't the sort of show that strings together action sequences and shootouts simply for mere visceral effect. It factors into the narrative an examination of the nature of need and the dynamics of greed and places it on a canvas of constantly shifting emotions and relationships.

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