‘Bhabhi kisko bola?’: Sara Ali Khan asks this to Kartik Aaryan’s fan

‘Bhabhi kisko bola?’: Sara Ali Khan asks this to Kartik Aaryan’s fan

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, February 14

Director Imtiaz Ali’s much-awaited film ‘Love Aaj Kal’ starring Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan is set to hit the theatres on Valentine’s Day.

In fact, even before the release of the film the two became fan favourites after Sara confessed having a crush on the actor.

The two posted several pictures and videos of the two together, which has only increased fan frenzy.

A day ahead of the release, Kartik took to his Instagram account and shared a hilarious video while shooting for Imtiaz Ali’s directorial.

In the video, the actor is seen playing with a bunch of kids when one of them shouts saying 'bhabhi aa gayi' as Sara approaches them.

While Kartik bursts out in laughter, Sara can be seen blushing as she walks towards the fan.

Running towards the kids, Sara laughs it off and asks the kids whom did he call “bhabhi”.

She also teases and hits Kartik and asks if he told the kid to say it. Kartik captioned the video as: "Bhabhi kisko bola (sic)."

Take a look at the video:

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Bhabhi kisko bola ☺️

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Talking of Love Aaj Kal, the Imtiaz Ali directorial is the reboot of the 2009 film of the same name. The original movie starred Sara's father Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles. The upcoming romantic-drama will also see Randeep Hooda in a pivotal role.


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