Ananya Panday Says 'Coronavirus Is Good' In A 'Twisted' Video Call From Twitter Sensation Nazma Aapi - VIDEO

Comedian Saloni Gaur AKA Nazma Aapi’s video interview with Ananya Panday will make you laugh out loud, check out the video

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Ananya Panday Says 'Coronavirus Is Good' In A 'Twisted' Video Call From Twitter Sensation Nazma Aapi  - VIDEO
Comedian Saloni Gaur, popularly known as Nazma Aapi, is popular for her celebrity imitating videos on Twitter. Unless you are living under a rock, you must be aware of the fact that Saloni’s mimicry of Kangana Ranaut and Sonam Kapoor is a hit among the netizens and she often treats them with videos talking about several scenarios in the actresses’ accents. Her latest video, however, was not about mimicking but video calling newbie Ananya Panday.

But here’s the catch, Saloni has taken Ananya’s bits from one of her interviews and framed her hilarious questions accordingly. The outcome is sure to make you ROFL. The clip begins with Saloni asking Ananya how dad Chunky Panday’s reaction to her bad acting in SOTY 2 was, to which, Ananya says, “He was like, I can’t believe you are my daughter.” Further, Saloni asks Ananya to rate her acting skills, how did she get a Karan Johar film, about the ongoing Coronavirus and what does it take to be a good actor. Well, you got to watch the video to know what Miss Panday had to say!

Fans, too, loved this delightful yet imaginary conversation between Saloni Gaur and Ananya Panday. We came across comments like, “Haha awesome, please make more like these, especially nepotism wale,” “Kudos to you. You are our real entertainer in this hard time,” “It's too good.”

Check it out:

In the past, Saloni Gaur’s video on mimicking Sonam Kapoor’s reaction to Janta Curfew had gone viral on the internet and it was a hit, so much so, even the actress hailed Saloni’s performance.

image source: twitter/salonayyy
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