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Shraddha Kapoor sizzles on glossy, hones inner siren

entertainment Updated: May 11, 2013 13:48 IST
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Aashiqui 2 actor and Shakti Kapoor’s daughter Shraddha Kapoor graces the cover of FHM magazine for its May issue.

Dressed seductively in a short black camisole and hot pants, with right hand suggestively placed on a tome of talismans, she exudes mystery.

Shraddha portrayed a girl next door in her debut. Shot by photographer Rohan Shrestha, this cover is a complete departure from the simple look she sported in her big screen outing.


Shraddha Kapoor's Aashiqui 2 mints over Rs. 24 crore in 4 days

Despite starring relative newcomers, Aashiqui 2 has grossed a massive figure in its opening weekend. The Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor starrer has earned over Rs. 24 crore already, tweeted trade analyst Taran Adarsh. The film has started with a bang! Despite starring relative newcomers, the film has grossed a massive figure in its opening weekend. Shraddha Kapoor

The business in mass-dominated circuits was fantastic, but was affected in metros due to Iron Man 3. Yet, all said and done, the weekend total was superb. Collected approx. Rs. 20.50 cr nett in its opening weekend, said Adarsh.

The breakup is: Friday 6.25 crore, Sat 6.75 crore, Sun 7.50 crore, Mon 4.25 crore. FULL COVERAGE

Shraddha Kapoor focuses on story, doesn't fret about scenes

Aashiqui 2 takes you through a musical journey of two lovers who go through love and hate, twists and turbulence, success and failure in their lives.

Shraddha Kapoor gives importance to good story and good role, and says that she treats lovemaking or bold scene like any other sequence. Seen in Teen Patti and Luv Ka The End, Shraddha's next is romantic musical Aashiqui 2, in which she will be seen romancing Aditya Roy Kapoor.

Talking about her preferences, she said: "It depends on the story. It has to excite me. I don't see a scene as an intimate scene. It's just that I want to be a part of a great story and do good roles."

"I don't see a scene as a lovemaking or a bold scene. There has to be something (in the story), which should attract me to a film. I treat all scenes like that," she said during a group interview. CONTINUE READING