One of the anticipated films, ‘Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya,’ starring Kriti Sanon, has unveiled its trailer, captivating audiences with the actress’ mesmerizing portrayal of a robotic character. The enchanting chemistry between Kriti Sanon and Shahid Kapoor adds an extra layer of excitement.
Kriti Sanon’s captivating performance as a robot in the trailer has already garnered admiration from fans and film enthusiasts alike. Her nuanced expressions and the seamless integration of human emotions with a mechanical demeanor have sparked curiosity about the depths her character will explore in the film. Shahid Kapoor, her co-star in the movie, couldn’t resist showering praise on Kriti.

Here’s what Kriti Sanon was complaining about Shahid Kapoor’s character in ‘Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya’

In a recent promotion, Kapoor said, “I was really looking forward to working with Kriti because I really have enjoyed her work. In the last few years, she has really raised the bar as an actor. Some of the work that she has done is the very mature work of an actor—not just a star who is also an actor but of an actor from her heart. From the first film, you could see that Kriti has a lot of potential and that she wants to perform. And then, when I met her, I actually found her to be chilled out and intelligent; she was talking about things in a way that was interesting and exciting. And I was actually curious to understand who she is as a person.”
As the trailer continues to make waves across social media platforms, fans express their excitement for the film’s release, eager to witness the on-screen magic that Kriti Sanon and Shahid Kapoor promise to deliver in ‘Teri Baaton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya.’ Meanwhile, on the work front, the actress will be seen in her maiden production, Do Patti.

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