The trailer of Imtiaz Ali’s 2020 film Love Aaj Kal was recently released and already has us gripped on to watching it in theatres. With rumoured lovebirds Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan, the chemistry of the two as Veer and Zoe is worth-watching. As the makers recently released song Shayad from the film, Sara Ali Khan took to her social media to share a boomerang video with her sitting behind Kartik Aaryan on a bike and almost lock lips on a bike, hoping to strike the love chords of fans.
On Instagram, Sara Ali Khan shared an interesting video with co-star Kartik Aaryan captioning it, “Zoe and Veer sitting on a bike. Both so different but expressions alike. Their excitement and enthusiasm are hitting a spike. Both hoping Shayad helps love chords to strike.” While the actress gave fans a dose of ‘Sara Ki Shayari’, Khan’s epic video with Kartik on the bike is unmissable. In the video, Sara is seen sitting behind Kartik on a bike holding him from the back and looked candid dressed in causals. As the video plays, Kartik and Sara turn to each other and almost land up locking lips. Also Read: Sara Ali Khan And Kartik Aaryan's Personal Messages Ahead Of Love Aaj Kal's Shayad Song Launch LEAKED
Well, like we all wanted the rumoured lovebirds to lock lips and indulge in a steamy kiss, surely, Sara and Kartik have left us wanting for more. On the other hand, as the Love Aaj Kal co-stars almost land up kissing, Sara and Kartik hope to strike the love chords of fans with their recently released song Shayad.
Meanwhile, recently, giving out his reviews on the trailer, daddy Saif Ali Khan shared that he didn't like daughter Sara's trailer, as he loves his trailer of 2009 film Love Aaj Kal more. Love Aaj Kal is directed by Imtiaz Ali and stars Randeep Hooda as well, apart from Sara and Kartik. The film is scheduled to hit theatres on February 14, 2020.
Image source: Instagram/ Sara Ali Khan
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