Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut recently took to social media to share an endearing throwback video from her appearance on Salman Khan‘s popular TV reality show, Dus Ka Dum. The video showcases a youthful Kangana, dressed in a lehenga over her dress, as she engages in a fun-filled dance performance alongside Salman Khan. In the clip, the audience cheers for Kangana as she effortlessly dons the lehenga, while Salman playfully exclaims, “Taaliyaan..how sporting, yaar.” The duo then gracefully grooves to the iconic song “Dhak dhak” originally performed by Madhuri Dixit.
Sharing the video on her Instagram story, Kangana playfully wonders about their youthful appearances, questioning, “OMG!!! SK why do we look so young?? Does that mean we aren’t anymore?” The video, initially posted by one of Kangana’s dedicated fan accounts, garnered immense attention from fans of both actors, who expressed their desire to see them share the screen in a film. Many fans suggested a romantic comedy as the perfect genre for the two talented stars to showcase their chemistry and acting prowess.
The nostalgic video not only evoked a sense of nostalgia among fans but also elicited adorable and heartwarming reactions. Fans described the clip as “cute” and expressed their eagerness to witness Kangana and Salman’s on-screen magic.
Interestingly, Kangana had attended Salman’s sister Arpita Khan Sharma’s Eid party earlier this year, further solidifying their bond. The actress has previously referred to Salman as a close friend, emphasizing their camaraderie in interviews. Their off-screen chemistry and shared fondness have only fueled fans’ excitement to witness their dynamic collaboration in a film.
Kangana Ranaut’s recent social media post not only showcases a delightful moment from the past but also reignites the hope of witnessing a cinematic collaboration between two powerhouses of Bollywood. Fans eagerly await the day when Kangana and Salman grace the silver screen together, mesmerizing audiences with their exceptional talent and undeniable chemistry.