Netizens Get Creative With Shahid Kapoor's 'Kabir Singh', Here Are The Best Memes That Are Raging On Social Media

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The makers of 'Kabir Singh' recently dropped the trailer of the film, and netizens could not stop gushing about the actors' acting skills

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

The makers of 'Kabir Singh' recently dropped the trailer of the film, and netizens could not stop gushing about the actors' acting skills. However, the meme brigade has struck this film too, which has thus ensued rather creative jokes, fans and obviously love for the popular actor. 

Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga who also directed the original Telugu version the film has Shahid Kapoor reprising the role of Vijay Deverakonda that made him an overnight sensation with Kiara Advani playing the female lead. The film will hit the theatres on 21st June.

READ: Kabir Singh Trailer Review: Shahid Kapoor & Kiara Advani's High & Intense Love-story Will Keep You Hooked, Netizens Call It 'Promising & Powerful'

Take a look: 

The story is based on Arjun Reddy, a successful young medical surgeon, who sets out on the path of self-destruction when his lady love is forced to marry another man.'Kabir Singh' is directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga (who also helmed the original) and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Murad Khetani, Krishan Kumar and Ashwin Varde of Cine1 Studios.

Meanwhile, the response after the trailer dropped has been immense. Netizens have called Kapoor's performance 'promising' and 'powerful'. Read some of the reactions below: 

READ: 'Can't Express My Happiness Right Now', Netizens Go Into A Frenzy After Watching 'Kabir Singh' Teaser Starring Shahid Kapoor

Watch the trailer of the film below: 

 

 

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