Are actors Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor hiding their relationship?
The Kapoor diva Shraddha Kapoor who also turns singer with her song 'Teri Galliyan', is gaining more attention for her alleged affair with her 'Aashiqui 2' actor Aditya Roy Kapur more than her career. They have been seeing each other after their debut movie Aashiqui 2 but yet they refuse to the fact. They have been turning the news down by calling it rumours. The chemistry between the two stars Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur was all for show on TV show ‘Koffee With Karan’ as they could not stop praising and gushing about each other. Though the alleged so called lovebirds said a big ‘no no’ to dating rumours and turned them down, however Aditya Roy Kapoor clearly declared, “I and Shraddha are very, very close.” So is it that the alleged couple hiding their relationship? Yes they are to the reasons unknown but surely they can’t hide the romance and chemistry between them.
Aditya Roy Kapoor will now be seen in his upcoming movie Daawat-e-ishq. Meet the Indian spicy couple from the Indian hubs of culture Gulrez (Parineeti Chopra) from Hyderabad and Tariq (Aditya Roy Kapur) from Lucknow in a love story straight from Yash Raj Films' kitchen, where Love takes in all the flavors- Sweet, Spicy and Bitter!! This movie is a perfect package of romance,Indian culture and the delicious cuisine. Daawat-e-Ishq not only introduces the brand new never seen dashing couple of Aditya Roy Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra but also heeds Sajid-Wajid composing their first ever Yash Raj venture. Its obvious music enthusiasts are snoopy to know what is in stock for them from this out of the ordinary merger.
Daawat-e-Ishq’s songs have been penned by Kausar Munir while vocalists on the soundtrack include Javed Ali , Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal, Sunidhi Chauhan, Wajid and , Shalmali Kholgade. The title track is an energetic and catchy song which is a blend of qawaali and electronica sung by Javed Ali and Sunidhi Chauhan. The song is a well written conversation & the singers have validated it well. Kausar Munir’s expert grasp of Urdu is only outstripped by his impressive esculent aspersion. In all, it’s a energitic start to the soundtrack. In summary, Daawat-e-Ishq is possibly the most disappointing soundtrack from the house of Yash Raj. The tracks suffer from a serious case of dullness, outdated-ness and mediocrity yet Kudos to the bold experimenting of two different forms of music-Qaawali and western. All the best to the Daawat-e-Ishq team and we hope the film fares better.
The trailer of this flick featuring Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur is out and it looks absolutely mouth watering, delicious and tempting. The trailer opens with an interesting take over the orthodox yet strongly prevailing dowry system of our country, where Gulrez’s played by Parineeti Chopra father essayed by Anupam Kher is in a serious conversation with the groom and his family who are demanding expensively from the father of the girl before going ahead with the proposal. Later Gulrez, who dwells in Hyderabad, mocks them as she is a self-independent and broad minded lady and would never compromise down before the orthodox and unscrupulous society.
Aditya Roy will be seen playing ‘Lucknow ka aashiq Tariq’, a chef. Unsurprisingly and by chance the two meet and go to explore the lanes and the flavors of both the cities. Since, Tariq played by Adiya Roy Kapoor is an outstanding chef; he uses the delicious and mouth-watering local recipes of the city to impress and bind his love mate. But just a few moments later, the typical bollywood gimmick takes place and the lovely cute romance between the two sweet hearts is pushed on a halt when it's known that something suspicious and witty is brewing in Parineeti’s mind.
This movie has drama, betrayal and agony in the later part which will keep you glued to the screen. Directed and penned by Habib Faisal, who earlier delivered hits like Ishaqzaade and Do Dooni Chaar, Daawat-e-Ishq looks fun, interesting and fascinating.