Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor have only done one film together which was 3 Idiots. After starring in 2009 film, the duo is back again for Laal Singh Chaddha which got everyone pumped as they looked pretty amazing in Raju Hirani’s directorial. But it seems, just like us, we Aamir couldn’t get enough of Kareena and wishes to romance her in every film as it comes naturally to him. We are not claiming this, Aamir himself has shared his views on his Twitter handle. Today, the world is celebrating love as it is Valentine’s day and as people are sending out love messages and quotes for their loved ones, Aamir too thought of using this occasion and hence, shared the first poster of Laal Singh Chaddha featuring the gorgeous Kareena.
In the poster, Kareena looks extremely beautiful in her Punjabi get up and minimal make-up while she is seen hugging Aamir whose only the backside is seen. Kapoor Khan looks a bit in a pensive mood in the poster. That’s not it, as we said that it is Valentine’s day today, Aamir even penned down a saccharine sweet and lovely note for his onscreen love interest Bebo.
While sharing the poster on his handle, he captioned it as, “पा लेने की बेचैनी, और खो देने का डर... बस इतना सा है, ज़िंदगी का सफर। #HappyValentinesDay Kareena. I wish I could romance you in every film... comes naturally to me ;-) Love. a.” Ah! What a romance, hai na?
पा लेने की बेचैनी, और खो देने का डर...— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) February 14, 2020
बस इतना सा है, ज़िंदगी का सफर।#HappyValentinesDay Kareena. I wish I could romance you in every film... comes naturally to me ;-)
Talking about the film, for a while now, we have been seeing Bebo and Khan’s leaked pictures from their sets which is only raising the fan’s excitement level. Meanwhile, Laal Singh Chaddha is an official remake of Tom Hanks’ Forrest Grump. The film is all set to release on Christmas 2020.
Image source: Twitter/aamir_khan
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