Vikrant Massey‘s New Web Series 12th Fail Garners Critical Acclaim
Kareena Kapoor Hails Vikrant Massey and 12th Fail Team as ‘Legends’
In a recent Instagram post, Kareena Kapoor showered praise on the team behind the critically acclaimed web series 12th Fail, starring Vikrant Massey in the lead role. The series, directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, is based on the true story of IPS officer Manoj Kumar Sharma and his wife, IRS Officer Shraddha Joshi.
Vikrant Massey‘s Heartwarming Reaction to Kareena Kapoor‘s Praise
Vikrant Massey, who is a self-proclaimed fan of Kareena Kapoor, expressed his gratitude for her kind words on Instagram. Reposting Kareena‘s post on his own Instagram Stories, Vikrant wrote, “Bas, ab mai retire ho sakta hu (Now I can retire). Thank you so so much ma’am! You have no idea what this means to me.”
Vikrant Massey and Kareena Kapoor‘s Mutual Admiration
In a recent interview with Film Companion, Vikrant Massey spoke about his admiration for Kareena Kapoor. He praised her performances in films like Asoka and said, “I don’t think you applied makeup,” referring to her natural beauty in the film.
12th Fail: A Closer Look at the Story
12th Fail tells the story of Manoj Kumar Sharma, a young boy from Chambal who overcomes numerous obstacles to achieve his dream of becoming an IPS officer. The series highlights the struggles and determination of UPSC aspirants and is based on Manoj‘s real-life experiences.
Celebrities Unite in Praise for 12th Fail
12th Fail has received widespread critical acclaim, with several Bollywood celebrities taking to social media to express their appreciation. Actors like Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Hrithik Roshan, Anurag Kashyap, Kangana Ranaut, Katrina Kaif, and Rohit Shetty have all praised the film for its powerful storytelling and stellar performances.
12th Fail: A Reflection of Real-Life Struggles
12th Fail resonated with audiences for its authentic portrayal of the challenges faced by UPSC aspirants. The series sheds light on the determination and resilience required to succeed in the highly competitive exam.