Actor Shahid Kapoor and his lovely wife Mira Rajput recently appeared on Colors Infinity show "BFFs with Vogue".
When the show's host Neha Dhupia asked Shahid to give a message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said: "We are all working towards swachhta (cleanliness), and we promise that we will keep things 'as clean as possible'.
"I think politicians should do the same."
Shahid Kapoor says everyone is trying to keep India clean and politicians should also try to do the same.
Meanwhile, Mira told Neha about the one time she had to throw Shahid out of their home when he was shooting for Padmaavat. “He would come home at 8 in the morning and wake up at 2 in the afternoon. I completely get that he needs silence during those hours because it has been a tough night, but Misha (their baby daughter) is at her best at that point - wide awake and playful,” she said.
“Shahid wouldn’t say anything but I know it’s going to tire him and I know I can’t put too many restrictions on her either. That was getting to me at a point... and that’s when I told him that I can’t take this anymore,” she added. Shahid then moved out of their Juhu residence and stayed a few nights at a five-star hotel in Goregaon, closer to the film’s sets.
On the work front, he is busy with his next "Batti Gul Meter Chalu". The film is a social drama on the electricity issue faced by people in the country, and also stars Shraddha Kapoor and Yami Gautam.
(with IANS inputs)