Khatron Ke Khiladi 12: Pratik Sehajpal aces 'choti bacchi ho kya' dialogue in THIS hilarious reel with Kanika Mann; Watch
The Rohit Shetty-hosted stunt reality show is expected to air on ColorsTV on August 7.
The Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 contestants are having a gala time shooting for the stunt reality show in Cape Town, South Africa. The contestants have been treating their fans with amazing pictures and videos from the shoot on their respective social media handles. Recently, Pratik Sehajpal shot a hilarious reel with fellow contestant Kanika Mann wherein he aced Tiger Shroff’s viral dialogue, ‘Choti bacchi ho kya’ from his 2014 film Heropanti .
The Guddan actress took to her Instagram handle and shared a video in which she can be seen singing Madhuri Dixit’s song ‘ Chocolate lime juice’ from Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!. Behind her can be seen Pratik who interrupts her saying the viral dialogue,’choti bachhi ho kya’. While Kanika can be seen dressed in a floral light pink outfit, Pratik looks handsome in denim shirt paired with black pants. Watch here:
As soon as the video surfaced online, numerous fans took to the comment section and showered their love for the two actors. While one user wrote, “OMG So cute”, another commented, “Cutie Pratik and Kanika #Pranika”. “Dead pratik's reaction was superb” added another.
Earlier, Pratik shared a hot video with the fellow contestant and internet sensation Faisal Shaikh . In the video, the two can be seen flaunting their muscular body as they come running together from the beach. Both of them are seen shirtless as they enjoy the sea waves. Alongside it, he wrote, “wzuppp bros!!” and added fire emoji. Take a look:
The new season of The Khatron Ke Khiladi is believed to be more exciting as it has roped in some of the most popular stars from the social media and television industry. Celebrities such as Rubina Dilaik, Sriti Jha, Shivangi Joshi, Aneri Vajani , Jannat Zubair, Tushar Kalia , Mohit Malik , Nishant Bhat, Rajiv Adatia, Erica Packard, Chetna Pande, and many others are appearing in the stunt-based show.