Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah's Munmun Dutta Aka Babita Ji Gets A Call From BFF Jennifer Lawrence; Actress Says, 'I Love Her'

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah's Munmun Dutt received a call from Jennifer Lawrence. The actress couldn't stop gushing over it

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Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah's Munmun Dutta Aka Babita Ji Gets A Call From BFF Jennifer Lawrence; Actress Says, 'I Love Her'
Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah's Munmun Dutta is one of the most popular TV stars in the industry. She is an active social media user. From sharing stunning photos to Instagram reels, Munmun's social media posts are always a treat to her fans. There's no denying that her social media game is on point. Recently, Munmun got a call from Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence and she was beyond happy.

Well, before you get more excited, let us tell you the whole story. Actually, Munmun, who is known to try funny and trendy Insta filters, took the BFF challenge and tried the 'Celebrity BFF' filter.

In this filter, people use the filter on the app and get it to show popular Hollywood celebrities in a video call format. While Munmun took the challenge, she got Jennifer Lawrence as her BFF. As soon as her Hollywood BFF was revealed, Dutta said, 'I love her' and she couldn't stop smiling. ALSO READ:TMKOC's Munmun Dutta REFUTES Rumours Of Being Arrested; Says, 'I Went In For A Regular Interrogation With The Police Officials'
In February, Munmun appeared at Hisar police station for interrogation. It was then reported that she was arrested and later released on bail. The actress had reacted that she was 'not arrested' but she 'went for a regular interrogation with the police officials'.

Speaking to Bollywood Bubble, Munmun had said, "Contrary to rumours claiming I was arrested, I want to clarify that I went for a regular interrogation with the police officers. I wasn't arrested. In fact, I received the interim bail from the court already on Friday before I went in for the interrogation. The officials at Hansi Police Station spoke to me for two and half hours about the case. They were extremely polite and well behaved. I have been cooperating with the police and will continue to do so."

For the uninitiated, last year, Munmun had posted a video on YouTube channel in which she ended up making a controversial comment. In the video, she said, "I am coming on YouTube, I want to look good, don't want to look like a bhangi." After facing the wrath of netizens, the actress had apologised.






Image Source:Instagram/MunmunDutta
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