Queen of Mumbai aka Shraddha Kapoor introduces his brother on Instagram!

Shraddha Kapoor and her brother Siddhanth Kapoor are perfect siblings

Gorgeous actress Shraddha Kapoor has a charming brother too! And it seems after Sonam and Harshvardhan, Bollywood’a another brother sister jodi is all set rock the Bollywood. You have seen Shraddha nailing it as Haseena Parkar in her upcoming film Haseena: The Queen of Mumbai but now it is time to shift the focus from her and pay attention to the one who plays Dawood Ibrahim in the film. Shraddha took to her Instagram account and introduced her brother Siddhanth Kapoor who would be playing the character of Dawood in the film. Will, the real life brother sister would be sharing the screen space for the first time as reel life brother- sister, Dawood and Haseena.

Shraddha Kapoor posted a beautiful picture with her brother

It seems Shraddha loves her brother a lot.The 30-year-old actor posted a picture along with which she wrote, “SO proud to introduce my real AND reel life brother. Introducing #BHAI. Younger & older. It was an experience of a lifetime to shoot with my bro. #HASEENA coming soon.” Going by the glimpses we have seen so far, it seems Shraddha is all set to surprise us, shedding her girl-next-door look. Meanwhile, the actor is busy promoting Half Girlfriend in which she plays the character of Riya Somani.

Shraddha Kapoor

Shraddha was quoted saying, “Haseena and Riya Somani (lead role in Half Girlfriend) are two very different characters. Since I was simultaneously working on both the films, it was definitely challenging in its own way to juggle back and forth between both the characters and to get in and out of two worlds.”

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