Veteran actor Pankaj Kapur says that he is happy with his son, actor Shahid Kapoor’s work in his ­forthcoming film, an Indian adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
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"I am happy to see my son doing well. It is ­certainly a special film and coming from Vishal Bhardwaj (director) makes it all the more ­special. I am extremely happy to see Shahid’s work in the film," says Pankaj, who has been part of Bhardwaj’s Maqbool (2003) and The Blue Umbrella (2005).
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Within a span of a few weeks, both father and son will come on screen to woo the audience.
While Pankaj will be seen ­tickling the funny bone of the audience in a Homi Adajania directorial Finding Fanny, Shahid’s film by Bharadwaj is expected to keep the ­audience on the edge of their seats.
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If the 60-year-old is impressed with his son’s work, he is equally excited about his own film. "When Homi came to me with the script, I instantly said yes. It’s a very ­unusual film ... something I have not done before," says Pankaj.