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Shahid Kapoor looks unrecognisable in this television ad from 1999 - Watch these pictures

Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor's film Kabir Singh is touching the sky in terms of popularity and business. The film was released in theaters on June 21 and its screening is still going on at some places.

Shahid Kapoor looks unrecognisable in this television ad from 1999 - Watch these pictures
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Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor's film Kabir Singh is touching the sky in terms of popularity and business. The film was released in theaters on June 21 and its screening is still going on at some places. Actor Shahid Kapoor, who was kissing the stars of success today, looked completely different from now when he was in the early phase of his career, and one gets a glimpse of it in this old TV advertisement which is being resurfaced in social media.

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The advertisement is of a fabric whitener in which Shahid Kapoor, thin skinny, is seen with long hair. This video has been shared by a Doordarshan fanpage. In the video, Shahid is seen in the look of a cute boy. Please tell about Shahid Kapoor that he made his Bollywood debut with the film Ishq-Vishk in the year 2003. The film was directed by Ken Ghosh and praised Shahid's work.

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The film also did good business at the box office. Shahid Kapoor has traveled from the lower rungs to the top levels in the world of entertainment. He acted as a background dancer in many films. He appeared in TV commercials. He can be clearly seen as a background dancer in the songs of the film Taal released in 1999. He has been working in Hindi cinema for almost 16 years.

His film Kabir Singh has done business of more than Rs 275 crore. During a conversation with an entertainment website, Shahid Kapoor said, "I was very emotional. I felt very thankful and I felt that I did not deserve it, because it did a very good business. If you are used to Your films are earning 70-80 crores and then suddenly if a film earns 270 crores, then you think something has happened. "


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