Tejasswi Prakash turns cheerleader for Karan Kundrra at the special screening of his film Thank You For Coming co-starring Bhumi Pednekar and Shehnaaz Gill.
Bigg Boss 15 winner and Naagin 6 actress Tejasswi Prakash was a proud girlfriend last night when she arrived to watch her beau Karan Kundrra’s film Thank You For Coming. The two walked the red carpet together, hand in hand, putting their most fashionable foot forward. While the man of the hour was dapper in a black suit, with an embellished blazer, Tejasswi looked chic and very stylish in a black crop top paired with a white skirt featuring a thigh high slit. At the special screening of the chick flick, she was even greeted by Fukrey actor Varun Sharma, who called her ‘Bhabi ji’. Tejasswi’s reaction was priceless!
Tejasswi’s thoughts on the movie
Post the screening, paparazzi questioned Tejasswi about what she thought of the film. The actress shared that she really liked Thank You For Coming. Lauding Karan’s performance as Arjun, one of Bhumi Pednekar’s on-screen prospective lovers, Tejasswi stated: “Bohot achha!” Well, even before she stepped out of the movie theatre, the beauty had already given fans a glimpse of Karan as Arjun. As a doting girlfriend turned cheerleader, she took to her official social media handle to share a video where Karan walks in on the silver screen for Bhumi’s birthday party scene.
The Naagin 6 star can be heard cheering loudly in this video. She even turns the camera to give us a look at Karan’s face as he blushes while sitting next to her. Much to the delight of fans, Tejasswi also unveiled Shehnaaz Gill’s entry scene in her Instagram story. According to this clip and a promo of this scene shared by makers before, Bhumi was expecting Karan to join her as her date. But he arrived with a plus one aka Rushi Kalra played by Shehnaaz! Well, this is enough to take our excitement to another level.
Also starring Kusha Kapila, Shibani Bedi and Dolly Singh, Thank You For Coming is all set to arrive in theatres on 6th October.
Disclaimer: Except the headline and synopsis, this story has been taken from the HT News Service.