Sidharth Malhotra is currently on cloud nine as a result of the tremendous positive response to his and Kiara Advani’s film Shershaah since its release. Sidharth recently traveled to Leh to kick off the first Himalayan Film Festival with a showing of Shershaah, where he was honored by Anurag Thakur, Minister of Information and Broadcasting.
Sidharth now revealed new images while posing one last time in Leh on Saturday, as he prepared to return to Mumbai following a wonderful trip to Leh.
Thank you again, Leh
Sidharth stated on his Instagram account, “Thank you again, Leh, for being such a good host! Until the next time we meetâ¦” With it, he tagged everyone who helped him put together his dashing outfit for the day. Sidharth is dressed in a teal green blazer with a high neck black top, matching trousers, and shining leather shoes in the images.
To finish off his smart outfit, the actor wore a cool pair of sunglasses. Before departing to Mumbai, Sidharth posed in front of a beautiful view in Leh.
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First Himalayan Film Festival
Sidharth posted images on his Instagram account after starting off the festival on Friday. Kiara was pleased to share Sidharth’s post on her Instagram account. The actress was unable to attend the event in Leh due to scheduling conflicts. She did, however, write a statement in which she shared images of her rumored partner Sidharth.
She penned, “Although I am physically in Mumbai, my heart is in Ladakh! Leh will always hold a special place in my heart because it was here that I shot my very first film. It gives me great pleasure to see our film Shershaah awarded at the First Himalayan Film Festival.”
In the meantime, Sidharth has received a lot of praise for his depiction of Captain Vikram Batra in Sherhsaah. He’ll next be seen in Mission Majnu, alongside Rashmika Mandanna, and Thank God, alongside Ajay Devgn and Rakul Preet Singh.
Kiara Advani reaction Himalayan Film Festival
Kiara turned to Instagram to express her feelings over Sidharth’s trip to Ladakh. âPhysically in Mumbai, but my heart is in Ladakh!â she wrote. Leh will always hold a special place in my heart because it was here that I shot my very first film. It gives me great pleasure to see our film Shershaah awarded at the First Himalayan Film Festival.â
Sidharth also took to Instagram to post some photos from the film’s premiere. âToday, I inaugurated the 1st Himalayan Film Festival with ‘Shershaah,’â he said in the caption. It was a true privilege to share the stage with our honorable Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Mr. Anurag Thakur.â