Meera Rajput got angry on Ishaan Khattar, slapped brother-in-law in front of husband Shahid Kapoor! Videos

Mira Rajput slaps Ishaan Khatter: Shahid Kapoor is often seen having fun with his brother Ishaan Khatter. The bonding of both the stars is clearly visible on social media. On Sunday, Ishaan Khattar and Shahid Kapoor along with Mira Rajput recreated the iconic scene of Farhan Akhtar’s film Dil Chahta Hai. Now its video has come out, which is quite funny.

This scene of ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ was recreated

It can be seen in the video that Shahid Kapoor is in the character of Akash i.e. Aamir Khan. Ishaan chooses the role of Sameer. Whereas, Meera Rajput is in the role of Sameer’s girlfriend Priya, played by Suchitra Pillai. It is known that the film ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ was released in the year 2001, in which stars like Saif Ali Khan, Amir Khan and Akshaye Khanna acted.

Meera Rajput slapped brother-in-law Ishaan Khattar

According to the scene of the film Dil Chahta, Meera Rajput is seen explaining to Ishaan Khattar. After this she asks them to shut up. Only then Shahid Kapoor says, ‘Hey become a man. Hey, he has defied your masculinity, show it to him. After this Ishaan wakes up in anger and goes to Meera Rajput. He is about to say something, then Meera says, ‘Don’t be Ishaan. I don’t want to see your face, go to hell’. After this she slaps Ishaan. After recreating this scene, all three start laughing out loud.

Fans are liking the video very much

Sharing this video on Instagram account, Shahid Kapoor wrote in the caption, ‘Dil Chahta Hai’. This funny video is being liked and shared fiercely. Fans are giving funny reactions in the comment section. Talking about the work front, Shahid Kapoor will soon be seen in the film Bloody Daddy, which is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Whereas, Ishaan Khatter was last seen in the comedy-horror film Phone Bhoot. In this film, Ishaan shared the screen with Katrina Kaif and Siddhant Chaturvedi.

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