When Kartik Aaryan Tried To Troll Kirti Sanon For Her Dress And Got Trolled Back By The Actress

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Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon was recently trolled by her Luka Chuppi co-star Kartik Aaryan on her latest picture on Instagram. Well, it was her zebra-print outfit that caught Kartik Aaryan’s attention and he came up with a hilarious comment on her picture.

Kriti Sanon, who is currently quarantining with her sister Nupur Sanon and her parents, took to her social media and shared a stunning picture collage of herself where she can be seen giving different poses. In the picture, Kriti Sanon can be seen looking absolutely gorgeous in an abstract zebra printed white colored dress. Sharing the picture, Kriti wrote:



Yup I’m a thinker 💭💭
Sometimes.. An Over-thinker 🤯”

Here, check out the Instagram post of Kriti Sanon:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_aRoZTg0bX/

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As soon as the post was flooded with amazing reactions from the fans. However, the comment that stole all the limelight on the post came from Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan, who came up with a funny comment on her post. In his comment, Kartik Aaryan trolled Kriti Sanon by comparing her outfit with the famous ‘horse’ painting of ‘Majnu Bhai’ from the movie ‘Welcome’. Trolling Kriti Sanon, Kartik wrote:

Aapki kameez Majnu bhai ne paint ki hai”

(which roughly translates to: Has Majnu bhai painted your dress?)

For the unversed, Majnu Bhai was the name of Anil Kapoor’s character in Anees Bazmee’s movie Welcome. He was an underworld don with a passion for painting. In a funny scene, Manjnu Bhai paints a hilarious painting of a donkey atop a horse. Here, check out the painting:

Kriti Sanon was quick to come up with a reply to Kartik Aaryan’s comment on her post. In her reply, the actress replied in a yes but she also added that she has got her outfit designed from the same person who makes his clothes. She wrote:

“Haha… haan, jo aapke kapde banata hai… unhone hi”

(which roughly translates to: Yes, the same person who makes your clothes).

Here, check out the comments: