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Jeetendra surprises Pallavi Kulkarni

Actress Pallavi Kulkarni was pleasantly surprised when she had a celebrity visitor on the set of her TV show, actor Jeetendra.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai |
Updated: December 18, 2014 4:06:08 pm
Pallavi Kulkarni: I was taken aback to have a superstar like Jituji wait for me. Pallavi Kulkarni: I was taken aback to have a superstar like Jituji wait for me.

Actress Pallavi Kulkarni was pleasantly surprised when she had a celebrity visitor on the set of her TV show. It was veteran actor Jeetendra!

The 32-year-old, who plays the protagonist Ragini in ‘Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar’, was surprised earlier when she heard that the actor had arrived on the sets to meet her.

“As a routine, I was sitting in my vanity van going through the script when I was told that Jeetendra-ji has come to meet me on the set. For a moment, I was confused and when I went, I was taken aback to have a superstar like Jituji wait for me. He appreciated me and Ronit for our work. It was the most memorable and unforgettable moment of my life,” Pallavi said an a statement.

The 72-year-old ‘Jumping Jack’ is said to have been so mesmerised with Pallavi that he even expressed his wish to act opposite her.

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Further talking about his visit, Pallavi added: “During the conversation he mentioned that seeing me on the screen he wished he was 30 years younger and I replied ‘He’s still dashing and handsome.’ It was a once in a lifetime opportunity for me.”

‘Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar’ is a weekday show being aired on Sony.

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