Cruise is celebrating 3 decades of delivering best-in-class air conditioning solutions and has associated with leading Bollywood actress Vaani Kappor as its face - with a common belief that “Every Home Deserves Cruise Cooling.” Vaani Kapoor who received a lot of love and appreciation for playing a sensitive character in the film ‘Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui’ has started shooting for her next project; a YRF Entertainment, OTT show, titled Mandala Murders – a gritty crime thriller. She has also wrapped up the shoot for an untitled Maddock production that is a social comedy drama.

In an interview with Exhibit Magazine, she says -

VK: Hi, this is Vaani Kapoor and I’m collaborating with Cruise air conditioners. Their VarioQool ACs help you sleep better with ultra quiet performance and pure air! So, this summer you’re going to see me keeping it cool with Cruise air conditioners.


Vaani Kapoor always exploring the impossible

With 2023 kicking in, any resolution you would like to share with us? 

Honestly, I don't have any planned resolutions because I want to maintain what I have and take life as it comes. I don’t want to overburden myself with my expectations, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want to grow. I want to better myself and my craft. I want to be happier in life, be more peaceful, at peace and prioritize happiness.  

Do you remember any recently gone viral photoshoots of yours?

I have yet to pay any attention to it, but I remember two of my photoshoots that went viral, the one I did with Hrithik Roshan for War and the one I did with Ranbir Kapoor for Shamshera.

One thing you regret about being on Social Media?

I don’t regret it, as we all are living in the era of social media, and there’s nothing much we can do about it. I used to enjoy the pre-social media era more, and I missed that. I missed the disconnection, the mystery, because today, we all, to some degree, are looking for validation on social media, and it takes a toll on our mental health, making me feel it was more cons than pros. Look at Ranbir Kapoor, he’s killing it and showing us that not being on social media is the best you can do, but not all can afford to do it.

What does exploring the impossible mean to you?

Nowadays, everything is one step away, and the mystery is missing from our lives. There’s no charm left in simplicity, and there’s no charm left in something hidden. Everything’s out there for the world to absorb and explore. We are in the age of social media, and everything’s out there on Google. Sometimes I feel like Google is reading our minds, and it is like syncing your thoughts. We need more mystery in our lives to explore more stuff.  

What’s your favorite weekend getaway?

Well, my couch. I also like to travel, but I’ve been traveling so much lately that I miss my home. I visit Europe a lot as my sister lives in Amsterdam. I love traveling there as the place allows me to do all the non-touristy things. I’ve explored Rotterdam and the places around Amsterdam, like a local with my sister, who loves to drive. She loves driving adventurously. One night she took my brother-in-law and me for an overnight drive from Amsterdam to Paris, which was terrific. 

Last time you did something spontaneous or crazy?

I’ll tell you about the spontaneous thing I did when I was only one movie old. I went to New York all by myself, and the first day was pretty depressing because I didn’t know anyone there. I spent the first day in my hotel room, crying, feeling lonely and lost because sometimes cities and new places can be too overwhelming for you. And then my friends connected me to their friends, and then they took me out and it became one of the best trips of my life. 

What’s next, any new projects in the pipeline?

I just finished a film shoot yesterday and will enter another one in Jan. In the meantime, I am going on a US tour where I will be visiting cities like New York, Dallas and Atlanta, where I’m looking forward to raising $100,000 and giving it to the needy individuals.

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