‘Farzi’: Vijay Sethupathi Says He Never Felt Insecure Working With Shahid Kapoor

Actor Vijay Sethupathi is set to star in Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK’s much-waited net collection Farzi with Shahid Kapoor. He later mentioned why he is not insecure working with Shahid, who is in the lead position in the series. The Farzi trailer was launched on January 13.

Farzi trailer establishes the story as a cat-and-mouse race between Shahid and Vijay Sethupathi, where dropping isn’t always an choice. Besides them, the collection additionally stars Kay Kay Menon, Raashi Khanna, Amol Palekar, Regina Cassandra, and Bhuvan Arora in crucial roles. The crime mystery can be launched on February 10 on Prime Video. It marks Vijay and Shahid’s OTT debut.


Vijay Sethupathi was asked if he felt insecure approximately being in a series wherein Shahid is likewise a parallel lead. The actor stated, “I don’t examine it that manner. I’ve worked in a lot of movies. Every movie is a multi-starrer. There isn’t only one superstar in any movie. I also recognize Amol (Palekar) a lot, then Bhuvan (Arora).

It’s now not the handiest Shahid. No one comes right here to compete with one another. We all co-perform and work together. There is no winning. I don’t believe in winning, I enjoy the game. There is a lot of sharing and learning. I am not insecure. I played a negative role in my third film. The director asked me if I was sure about it, but I did it. I only want to work with super-talented actors from whom I can learn. You can’t learn everything and come. Life is like catch and throw. That is the only way to learn.”

He additionally quipped how people tend to take him significantly in Bollywood while he tells them about his co-stars. “When I get a Hindi project, I have to tell (people) that I’m working with Shahid or that I’m the villain for Shah Rukh Khan, operating with Katrina Kaif, then simplest I’m taken severely,” he shared the hilarious example.

Farzi marks Vijay Sethupathi’s Hindi debut. Besides, he also has Hindi films like Jawan and Merry Christmas in the pipeline.

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