Aamir Khan Has A Warning For Kareena Kapoor Khan! See Here

Publish On: 16 Mar, 2020 12:27 PM | Updated   |   Harshita  

MUMBAI: We all know Aamir Khan's love for his pillows! Nearly in every airport pictures, Khan is spotted with his dearest pillows and because of the same, he has given a warning to his 'Laal Singh Chaddha' co-star Kareena Kapoor Khan. 

On the occasion of Aamir Khan's birthday, Kareena shared a picture of herself, Aamir and his pillow. Showing how dear his pillow is to him to his fans, Kareena wrote, "My fav co-star has to be @_aamirkhan’s... pillow!"


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Now, in a reply, the 'Mangal Pandey' actor reposted the same picture and launched a warning for Mrs. Khan. He wrote, "Aye! Pillow pe mat jaana! Pillow pe mat jaana!!! #Repost @kareenakapoorkhan My fav co-star has to be @_aamirkhan’s... pillow!"


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This super-cute chemistry between these two actors is just another reason that we are eagerly waiting for 'Laal Singh Chaddha', which is a remake of Tom Hanks' classic 'Forrest Gump'. Kareena and Aamir are re-uniting onscreen after several years. They have previously starred in '3 Idiots' and 'Talaash'. 

On the work front, they both are busy shooting for this upcoming project, directed by Advait Chauhan. While Kareena was recently seen in 'Angrezi Medium', Aamir Khan was seen in 'Thugs Of Hindustan' which was a dud at the box office. 

Kareena will also be seen in Karan Johar's periodical drama 'Takht' which is a multi-starrer. 

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Recently, in an interview, Kareena talked about her filmography and said, "Kangana Ranaut, Vidya Balan, Priyanka Chopra and I picked up films that moulded different narratives for women. There was a shift in audience mentality. Actors, who are in their 30s, are a lot more relaxed now; they chase stories before everything else. As actors, we meet the same people, talk about which film is being made, which brand endorsement you missed, which director you want to meet for the next big role. This loop gets toxic. For me, reinvention is getting the big picture right and [that is achieved] by knowing more about the world. I have had the privilege of taking a step back, travelling, reading, and meeting people who have nothing to do with this world. I owe that to Saif (Ali Khan, husband)."