Netflix: Shahid Kapoor starrer Kabir Singh now streaming

So, all the people who are still much interested in the most successful movie of the year, most sensational and magnificent performance of Shahid Kapoor in and as Kabir Singh. 

However, the TV Premiere of Kabir Singh is scheduled to be aired on Sony Max on 29 September 2019.

Shahid plays a ‘stubborn, self destructive and very, very angry’ young man, who reacts to a bitter breakup by turning to drugs and alcohol. The film is an official remake of Vijay Deverakonda’s runaway Telugu hit Arjun Reddy.

The trailer shows Kabir both before and after the heartbreak, where he goes from being a tenderhearted lover to (bearded) smoker of bongs and chaser of housemaids. “Kabir, what do you like in me?” Kiara’s character asks him. “I like the way you breathe,” he says.

In the trailer, we see glimpses of the couple dancing in snowy mountains, lazing beside a bonfire and taking lovely bike rides together. One of such trip, they’re involved in an accident. But they shrug it off by kissing next to the wreckage. That’s the power of their love.

So when the breakup happens, Kabir punches a couple of people, grows a thick beard, and throws his life down the drain. Things get so bad that Kabir even overdoses and ends up in the hospital.

Earlier, talking about Arjun Reddy, Shahid called it “very raw and very honest”. The actor told PTI, “I don’t think there was anything in the film that was for effect. I just felt it said things as it is and was a brazen journey of a character who goes through an emotional arc which is extreme. The honesty of the film connected with the audience. Otherwise, for a film like that, there would be a limited audience. But it was loved across the board. The idea is to do it all over again.”

However, the Hindi film is not an absolute remake. Shahid had earlier said that while the film will be raw, there will be some differences as it will be based in north India with the character arc slightly different.

But if you do not have much patience then you should subscribe to Netflix now to watch Kabir Singh at your pace.


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