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Shraddha Kapoor: ‘Ever since I was little, I have enjoyed seeing my father on screen’

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Mumbai, July 20, 2021- Actress Shraddha Kapoor says ever since she was a kid, she has enjoyed watching her father Shakti Kapoor on screen.

Shakti Kapoor is all set to comeback in his popular avatar of Crime Master Gogo on a special OTT project. He had memorably essayed the role in the 1994 film “Andaaz Apna Apna”.

“Ever since I was little, I have enjoyed seeing my father on screen — totally in his element, adding his personal touch to characters that today have a massive cult-like following!” said Shraddha.

Shraddha calls it a learning process being on sets with her father. “Being on set with him is for the books. It’s so memorable to share screen space with my father and I am really excited to see how this unveils,” she said.

Shakti Kapoor returns as Crime Master Gogo on Disney+ Hotstar VIP.  (Agency)Shakti Kapoor Shraddha Kapoor

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