Karan Johar launched Sidharth in his last directorial venture “Student of the Year” and has worked with Deepika in his home production, “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani”.
The “My Name is Khan” director had recently said in a Twitter chat that the duo will make a good on screen pair.
When asked about this, Johar told reporters, “I agree. It is a good looking pair and they should definitely do a film. I think Sid and Deepika will look amazing together. And everyday there is a new rumour, Deepika with Sid and Deepika with Fawad (in a film)..so I think this has to happen very soon.”
Karan is currently elated with the response to his home production “Kapoor and Sons”.
The dysfunctional-family drama, which stars Fawad Khan, Alia Bhatt, Sidharth, Rishi Kapoor, Rajat Kapoor and Ratna Pathak Shah, got rave reviews and has done a business of over Rs 45 crore within a week.
Rishi, who plays a 90-year-old grandfather in the film, said he constantly had fights with director Shakun Batra. “I worked on the film for 22 days and there was not a single day when I didn’t fight with him on the set. You can ask the entire star cast, we used to fight everyday. And not on some creative issue but only execution,” Kapoor said.
To which, Rajat jokingly said, “No it wasn’t a fight. Fight is two way. Here it was only from one side (pointing to Kapoor).”
Pakistani heartthrob Fawad, who plays a gay character called Rahul Kapoor in the film, said initially he was a bit nervous to take on the role as he was not sure how the audience would react to it.
“Honestly, the film has taught me a lot. I am not saying I was an intolerant man before, but while doing it, initially I was a little nervous. What the reactions will be, how will people think (about the role) but I had such a wonderful team that I invested my faith on,” he said.
“Towards the end I came to the resolution that it is just another person in the family, there should be nothing shocking about it. The way that dealt with it is wonderful,” he added.
The actor said it is a welcome change that people today are accepting homosexual characters on screen.
“Usually people are uncomfortable in the beginning with intimate scenes but over time you get used to it and this is something which people are starting to get used to as well. It is a very welcoming move,” Fawad said.