Will be interesting to impress Deepika, romance Kareena: Siddharth Malhotra
Bollywood newcomer Siddharth Malhotra finds Kareena Kapoor Khan entertaining and Deepika Padukone attractive and would like to impress both the actors before romancing them onscreen.Updated: Feb 04, 2014, 16:38 IST
Bollywood newcomer Siddharth Malhotra finds Kareena Kapoor Khan entertaining and Deepika Padukone attractive and would like to impress both the actors before romancing them onscreen.
"Deepika is very interesting, she is very attractive. I have known her way back as a model but haven't spoken to her since sometime. To interact with Deepika and to try to impress her will be fun. I think I have to do some homework," Siddharth told PTI in an interview.
"I am a big Kareena fan. She is very entertaining on screen and off screen also she is like that. I have met her a couple of times and she is really good. She is funny, 'bindaas'...I love the way she carries herself. It will be interesting to flirt with her," he said.
Siddharth who made a successful debut with Karan Johar's Student of the Year will be next seen in Hasee Toh Phasee with Parineeti Chopra.
Encapsulating the idea of the title he says, "It is not easy to impress any girl in any field. For boys there is a lot of work.... if a girl smiles, that does not mean she is impressed, need to do other things as well. The trick is for the guy to know what the girl likes and dislikes."
"It is upto you how you gauge that.. some boys have good instincts, while some are dumb and stupid. Every girl is different there is no one formula for it," he said.
The model-actor was flooded with lot of offers post his debut but he chose Hasee Toh Phasee as his second film as he found it quirky.
"I found this film interesting because of its quirkiness, there is not much glitz and glamour? It is middle class Bombay story. It is a dark intense edgy film. It has action but it is emotionally driven. I read the script and found it very quirky, funny.
Vinil Mathew (director) is technically sound, intelligent," Siddharth said.