Kiara Advani Breaks Into Tears While Watching Shershaah's Funeral Scene; Video Of Actress From A Flight Goes Viral

Kiara Advani, who plays the role of Dimple Cheema, Captain Vikram Batra's sweetheart in Shershaah, breaks down while watching a scene in film Shershaah.

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Kiara Advani Breaks Into Tears While Watching Shershaah's Funeral Scene; Video Of Actress From A Flight Goes Viral
Bollywood actor Kiara Advani, who played the role of Dimple Cheema, Captain Vikram Batra's sweetheart in the film Shershaah has been receiving rave reviews for her portrayal. The movie is headlined by Sidharth Malhotra, who plays the role of the 1999 Kargil War Hero. It was released on August 12 and has been riding high on positive reviews since then. Now, a video of Kiara Advani is going viral on the internet. The video shows the actress  breaking into tears while watching the funeral scene in the film Shershaah.

The video featuring Kiara Advani was shared on a fan account. It shows the actress is on a flight. Kiara's reaction while watching something on her phone is going viral. According to the post, the actress was watching the end scene of the film Shershaah. In the video, Advani can be seen shedding tears. She is wearing a mask too.

Take a look at the video below:

The said scene shows the last rites of Captain Vikram Batra. It features Kiara (Dimple Cheema) arriving at the crematorium in Palampur where Vikram Batra's last rites were conducted. The scene shows a shattered Kiara Advani (Dimple) crying in shock over the death of her beloved. Also Read: Shershaah: Kiara Advani Reveals She Had Texted Capt Vikram Batra’s Girlfriend Dimple Cheema After Shooting The Film; Says ‘This Is An Emotional Movie For Her’

The last scene in the movie Shershaah broke many hearts and left many teary-eyed. The emotional scene is heart-wrenching.

Meanwhile, it was only recently when the team of Shershaah celebrated the film's success. A few pictures from the success party saw Kiara and Sidharth posing with producer Karan Johar and director Vishnuvaradhan.






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