Love Aaj Kal BTS: Sara Ali Khan Nails The 'Drunk Girl' Scene In This Leaked Making Video Of The Film

Sara Ali Khan playing a drunken woman in this leaked making video of Love Aaj Kal 2 is impressive as hell, check it out

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Love Aaj Kal BTS: Sara Ali Khan Nails The 'Drunk Girl' Scene In This Leaked Making Video Of The Film
Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan's Love Aaj Kal 2 was among one of the most anticipated films of 2020; however, it failed to strike a chord among the audiences. The film opened to average reviews and poor box-office collections, making it a dud. However, one shouldn't fail to give credit where it's due. Performance-wise, both Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan managed to get into the skin of their characters and their surreal chemistry was proof. We recently got our hands a leaked video from Love Aaj Kal 2, featuring Sara Ali Khan and it's every bit impressive.

The on-set clip sees Sara Ali Khan shooting for a scene where she was supposed to behave and sound drunk while conversing with a man. The actress didn't only nail the scene with utmost perfection but also pulled off her accent as a badass, drunken woman. Khan was sporting a red fitting dress and looked stunning as ever. Well, Kartik Aaryan was missing from the scene but we are sure he was somewhere around. It appears that this was among one of the most hilarious scenes of the romantic comedy.

Meanwhile, Love Aaj Kal 2 recently made it to the streaming giant Netflix. Taking to his Instagram, Kartik Aaryan had shared some romantic BTS pictures of him with Sara to share the exciting news with fans.

Check out the video below:


It was also being speculated that Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan had fallen in love while shooting for the film and soon parted ways; however, neither of them publicly acknowledged their relationship or the break-up. The duo continues to share a cordial relationship now.


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