Updated: August 12, 2021 8:56:29 am
Do you dread parties only because you would have to fake a smile and greet even the people you don’t like? Guess who else feels like us? Twinkle Khanna. The former actor took to Instagram to post a video in which she shared her feelings about being at “large parties”. Sharing a video with a hashtag that reads – “dressed to kill”, Twinkle expressed what she really feels when she is “compelled to exchange pleasantries and make small talk at large parties.”
The video left her fans laughing out loud. While one fan wrote, “You are amazing,” another fan mentioned that he “can relate”. Ayushmann Khurrana’s wife and filmmaker Tahira Kashyap could also relate with Twinkle’s feelings. Agreeing with Khanna, she wrote, “Hahaha I can imagine.”
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Earlier this week, Twinkle Khanna joined Akshay in promoting his film Bellbottom, which is all set to release on August 19. In a BTS training video, Akshay admitted that while shooting the sequence, he tried his best to impress Twinkle, who happened to be on the sets.
“My wife happened to be visiting on the sets when we shot the sequence in the jungle. So, I had to pull all my tricks out of the bag because even after 20 years, I still can’t help but want to impress her. I had to do the most chin-ups because there were other boys also, but I had to do more than that so that she can always be impressed with me. Luckily, my wife notices everything, so it is never in vain,” Akshay said. Later, sharing the clip on Instagram, Twinkle wrote that she is impressed by the fact that Akshay is still in one piece. “On the contrary, I am terrified when he leaps off buildings and planes. The fact that he is still in one piece impresses me more than all his stunts. Stay safe Mr K,” she wrote.
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