This Reunion Picture Of Ronit Roy & Smriti Irani Aka Mihir-Tulsi Will Make You Nostalgic

TV’s superhit Jodi, Ronit Roy and Smriti Irani, who played Mihir Virani and Tulsi Virani respectively in Ekta Kapoor’s Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi just made our weekend special with this snap

Some characters leave such an impact on your life that there is no greater joy than revisiting them. Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’s Ronit Roy (Mihir Virani) and Smriti Irani (Tulsi Virani) are two such characters.

The iconic pair is still fresh in our minds and continues to live in the hearts of millions of viewers. Hence, when Ronit posted this picture of him and Smriti on a flight, we were delighted. The actor wrote, “What are the chances??!!! So lovely to meet @smritiirani in the flight (sic).”

We hear, Ronit was on his way to Delhi to shoot for his upcoming international project, The Field, when he bumped into his co-star.

It’s been long since the show went off air and both Ronit and Smriti have made it big in their respective fields. While the former is currently cementing his position in Bollywood, the latter heads the country’s textile ministry.

To talk of Ronit’s upcoming projects, the actor is currently busy balancing Brendan Fraser’s The Field, Nikkhil Advani’s Lucknow Central and Sabbir Khan’s Munna Michael.

In an exclusive interview with the actor spoke about his roles.

“Lucknow Central is a Nikkhil Advani feature film and is produced under Emmay Entertainment. I play the antagonist, but he’s not a negative character; you cannot term him a villain. He’s a character who is justifying what he stands for,” he explained.

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The actor asserts that Munna Michael will present him in a different light and said, “The name of the film ideally should have been Michael Munna as Tiger Shroff is the Munna and I’m Michael in the film. The story is about me finding Munna lying in a garbage bin, and how I bring him up.

The story is revolves around dancing and I play a flop Bollywood dancer. It’s an interesting, loving, and funny role. The only thing that keeps my character going in the film is the love for his child. Sabbir (Khan, director) has projected me in a different light, which I hope the audience likes,” he revealed.

Back to the iconic, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi Kyunki Sas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. The show, produced by Ekta Kapoor, went onto become the country's most popular sitcom. It not only made Ekta a force to reckon with in the telly world, but also gave the industry fine actors like Smriti Irani, Ronit Roy, Amar Updhyay, Apara Mehta, Ketaki Dave, Prachee Shah Pandya, Shilpa Salkani, Hiten Tejwani, Gauri Pradhan, Aman Verma and Mandira Bedi among others.  

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