Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon made a stylish appearance at the trailer launch event of their upcoming film, ‘Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya‘ in Mumbai. Photos from the event are now doing rounds on social media.

Kriti and Shahid made a stylish appearance at the trailer launch. Kriti wore an elegant strapless black dress with asymmetrical detailing, while Shahid opted for a sporty look in a leather jacket paired with denims.

However, as Kriti exited the car, her stiletto got stuck, leading to a near trip. Shahid, displaying chivalry, promptly came to her aid. After regaining composure, Kriti, holding Shahid’s hand, posed with him for the paparazzi.
Check out the photos here:

Kriti Sanon - Shahid Kapoor (2)

Kriti Sanon - Shahid Kapoor

The trailer kicks off with romantic sequences featuring Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon, portraying a couple indulging in playful moments. The storyline takes a twist when Shahid introduces Kriti to his family, unaware that she is a robot with the full name Sifra. As the trailer unfolds, it becomes evident that Kriti seamlessly integrates into the family dynamics. However, a sudden turn of events occurs one night when she unexpectedly shuts down. Dimple Kapadia, playing Shahid’s aunt, delivers the surprising revelation that Kriti is in charging mode due to a depleted battery, leaving Shahid in shock.

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Just a week ago, the film’s title was unveiled by the production house Maddock Films. Taking to Instagram, they announced, “Mark your calendars – Valentine Week! Jio Studios and Dinesh Vijan present an untitled film starring Shahid Kapoor and Kriti Sanon, set to release on February 9, 2024.”

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