Siddhanth said that their father Shakti Kapoor is the biggest critic in their house, but he liked the trailer.
Mumbai: Actor Siddhanth Kapoor, who will be sharing screen space with sister Shraddha Kapoor in the upcoming film 'Haseena Parkar,' feels their father Shakti Kapoor is the biggest critic in their house.
During the trailer launch of the film here on Tuesday, the actor said, "Dad is the biggest critic in the house. When he saw the trailer, he said 'Hit hai'."
Siddhanth, who will be portraying Dawood Ibrahim in the film also said, "It took me a year to prepare for the role."
He added, "I was cast first for this movie 3 years back."
In the two-minute trailer of 'Haseena Parkar,' Shraddha looks gritty, scary and way too convincing.
With voice modulation and look transformation, seems like the actress has done complete justice to the character.
The movie features Haseena Parkar's journey from age 17 to 40 and her transformation from a young girl to Aapa.
Siddhanth plays the role of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, accused in the 1993 Mumbai blasts, in which hundreds of people lost their lives.
The trailer shows the struggle Haseena underwent after Dawood Ibrahim was accused in the Mumbai blasts.
The Apoorva Lakhia directed film, which also stars Rajesh Tailang, Ankur Bhatia and Sunil Upadhyay, is all set to hit the theatres on August 18.