Facebook SDK


Everyone is crazy about Hindi Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. His films still drive people crazy. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, a film known for its dialogues, songs, and characters in Hindi cinema, has completed its 20th year.

Along with Dharma Productions, film celebs are also sharing pics to celebrate the completion of 2 decades of the film. A video of Gibran Khan is also going viral. Which has caused a stir on social media. In this film, Jibran Khan played the role of Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan’s son.

Gibran Khan has recreated a scene from the same film. While sharing this video where he is seen listening to a famous dialogue, he writes, “If you want to achieve something in life.

If you want to achieve something, always go back and watch # K3G, the movie where I fell. In love with the camera and thank Karan Johar and the entire team. ”

On the other hand, it is learned that Karan Johar has also shared a cute video in which his twins Ruhi and Yash K3G are seen speaking the popular dialogue ‘Take a Chill Pill’.

Actually, Karan tells both the children to stop playing and finish their homework, but in return tells both the children to rest.

In the film, Shah Rukh and Kajol’s son Krrish (Jibran Khan) spoke this dialogue, which Shah Rukh also spoke many times.

At the same time, millions of fans of Jibran Khan, who plays Shah Rukh and Kajol’s son in the film, are also crazy. Gibran is very active on social media these days. At the same time, Gibran’s new look is intoxicating fans.

Apart from this, it is well known that the duo of Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan is very popular among the viewers as a well-known duo in Hindi cinema. Even though 20 years have passed since this movie, viewers are still obsessed with this movie.

It is to be noted that his six-pack is also getting a lot of praise and this video of Gibran is making a lot of noise on social media.

At the same time, Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan, and Jaya Bachchan played important roles in this evergreen film and even today its dialogues and songs are on the lips of the people.


Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post