Admit it or not, childhood days and its games were the ultimate best times and one simply cannot forget those days. We kind of saw the same thing with the Khurrana boys - Ayushmann Khurrana and Aparshakti Khurana. Before we start blabbering, do you remember the classic childhood clapping game Aao Milo Shilo Shaalo? Well, we saw these two handsome boys playing the same but also giving a hilarious twist to it which will not take you down the memory lane but will crack you up too. Just a while back, Aparshakti took to his Instagram account and shared a video of the two playing the childhood game.
However, instead of playing Aao Milo Shilo Shaalo, the two were seen twisting a bit as they mouthed Aam Lelo Selam Saali. The Stree actor also mentioned that if there was a category on playing this game in the Olympic games, hands down, Khurrana boys would have earned a medal. LoL. He accompanied the video with, "If Aao Milo Shilo Shaalo was one of the categories of Olympic Games.....Innn 2 ladkon ka medal pakka tha PS- some people call it Aao Milo Shilo Shaalo in bachpan but we always called it Aam Lelo Selam Saali @ayushmannk @tahirakashyap."
We also saw several celebs commenting on his post, amongst many, Bhumi Pednekar noticed something else in the video and that is their father. She wrote, "Uncles expression behind is priceless." Responding her, Aparshakti wrote, "@bhumipednekar hahahahahah that was the first thing I also noticed. He doesn’t care a flying F. I am THE KHURRRANA. Yeh dono maa pe gaye hain." Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 actor Sunny Singh was also seen commenting, "Hahahahaha it sounded like sunder munderiyeee!! Super @aparshakti_khurana @ayushmannk."
Other stars like Ayushmann's Dream Girl co-star Nushrat Bharucha, Dino Morea, Mukti Mohan and many were left in splits after watching the video.
Image source: Instagram/ aparshakti_khurana
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