In order to succeed in her role as a travelling performer in the upcoming movie “Shamshera,” actress Vaani Kapoor had to spend months perfecting her horseback riding skills. The actress’s training to become acclimated to being around horses was essential to the production. “Vaani had to go through horse training because when you’re training with an animal and you want to work with an animal on a film you have to make a relationship with the animal. The horse that she trained with for the longest time and eventually that horse became a friend,” said “Shamshera” director Karan Malhotra, who has previously directed “Agneepath” (2012) and “Brothers” (2015).
“Even for horse riding, you need that emotional connection with the animal,” Vaani continued to her director. Otherwise, they’ll confuse you. I can still see the entire packet of cookies that I used to receive from my trainer, who also instructed me to feed and get to know the horse.
“They really are the cutest animals, in my opinion. I believe that making friends with them first is crucial. All they are able to communicate in is love.” Ranbir’s first movie since his last one, “Sanju,” which was released in 2018, is “Shamshera.” The Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu versions of the movie will debut in theatres on July 22, 2022.