Disha Patani Gave An ‘Interesting’ Reply To Fans Who Want To See Her In A ‘Never Seen Before Avatar’


Bollywood actress Disha Patani made her name as one of the brightest stars of the industry within a very short period. Disha’s latest film Malang is now in cinema and receiving much love from the audience. Malang fever creating fire at the box office which is also the seventh movie of the actress.

Disha Patani often gets attention for her interest in adventure and her fitness goal which raises a bar from average Bollywood actress as expectation. The actress usually shares about her work out and travel photos in her social platform account. Hence, it is not hard to guess that the actress has a nose for good adventure as well.

In the movie Malang, Disha takes part in extreme sport like cliff diving for the role she plays in it.


The actress seems to start another adventure from her social platform which got many positive responses from fans and followers of her Tweeter account.

Patani is hosting a session of ‘#AskDisha’ by asking fans to ask them about what they are willing to know about the actress? Her post got various reaction by the Tweetaratis. Disha also replied a follower who has only 10 follower in his account, which appreciated by other followers in her account.

Disha tried to respond to as many fans’ questions as she could-

The actress also shared her favourite Marvel Univers superheroes as asked by one of her followers-

The 27 years old actress will be seen as the female lead opposite Salman Khan’s Radhe. The Malang actress was asked acknowledging the 27 years age gap with Salman Khan and she replied, “It was a dream come true to work in Jackie Chan in Kung Fu Yoga. He was 65 then. Ditto with Salman (Khan) sir, the biggest star in our country. Age is just a number. When I’m 50, I’d want to work with an 18-year-old. After just my second film, I got to work with Salman sir in Bharat, which gave me my first commercial song, Slow Motion. I don’t know if I deserve this. I’m glad to get an opportunity to dance, actor, do action.”