Harshali Malhotra recreates Kareena Kapoor’s Jab We Met scene, repeating the line ‘Main Bag Rahi Hoon’. See | Bollywood

Harshali Malhotra, who previously starred in Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Baijan, has recreated a scene from Kareena Kapoor’s Jab We Met. On the Instagram reels, Harshali shared a video of Keith stepping in the role of Kareena in the film.

In the video, Harshali starred in the Jab We Met scene in which Kareena’s character runs away from her home. The original scene featured Kareena’s night talk with Shahid Kapoor, with whom she starred in the film.

In the clip, Harshali uttered the line, “Main do ja rahi hoon (I am leaving)”. When Shahid asked the character, “Kaha ja rahi hai (where are you going)?” She replied, “Kaha madlap? Main bak rahi hoon (where? I’m running).”

Angered, Shahid tried to stop the blow by saying, “Tu Aisa Kabi Matt Karna, okay (you never dare do that, okay).” Kareena replied, “Main esa kar rahi hoon. Sarah sub kuch plan hi. Tumhe by polne ai hun (I do it. Everything is planned. I have come to say goodbye to you).”

Harshali shared the video, “Isa Kabi Matt Karna (Do Not Do This) வில் In the video, Harshali was wearing white and pink lehenga.

Jab We Met, released in 2007, is a romantic comedy written and directed by Imtiaz Ali. The film stars Kareena and Shahid alongside Tara Singh, Pawan Malhotra and Soumya Tandon.

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Harshali received the prestigious Bharat Ratna Dr. Ambedkar Award last month, which he dedicated to Salman Khan. Harshali shared a photo of the ceremony taken on Instagram. “It was a blessing to receive the Bharat Ratna Dr. Ambedkar Award from Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari (Governor of Maharashtra),” he wrote in the title.

In Bajrangi Baijan (2015), Harshali plays a Pakistani woman who goes missing in India and returns to her homeland with the help of an Indian named Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi played by Salman. The film was directed by Kabir Khan.

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