Directed by Karan Johar Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham celebrated its 20th anniversary on December 14th. The film, which was first released two decades ago, has since taken root in our popular culture.
On Tuesday, the film’s protagonist Kajol and director Karan Johar were joined by Alia Bhatt and Janhvi Kapoor to mark the film’s two-decade anniversary. Actor Tiger Shroff is the latest to join the band. While Alia and Janhvi tried to imitate Kareena Kapoor Khan’s “Poo” character from the film, Tiger impressed everyone with his dance moves that matched Rohan Raichand, played by Hrithik Roshan in the film.
Tiger posted a video on his Instagram account on Wednesday in which he appears to be dancing on K3G “You are my Sonia” song. Tiger has repeatedly stated that he adores Hrithik and in the most recent video, he appears to be copying Hrithik’s dance moves from the film. This was the “first song” he “ever learned how to dance”, according to Heropant star. Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor were first spotted dancing in a nightclub at the film’s hit number. The Tiger urged Karan Johar to forgive them for the “terrible forgeries” of Hritik and Karena in the video. Along with the Tiger a woman dressed as Karina Kapoor Khan
Meanwhile, on the work front, Tiger Sroof is now shooting the action thriller Ganapath, directed by Vika Ball. The photo will be released in theaters in December next year.
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