WATCH: Kriti Sanon gives a glimpse of her rehearsals for Filmfare Awards 2019
'Luka Chuppi' actress Kriti Sanon will perform at the Filmfare Awards 2019.
- Kriti Sanon will perform at the Filmfare Awards 2019
- The awards show will take place on March 23
- Kriti was recently seen in the film 'Luka Chuppi' opposite Kartik Aaryan
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Kriti will be dancing to the beats of peppy Punjabi music at the awards show. “#FilmfareRehearsals Get ready for a Punjabi party playlist(my kinda playlist) tomorrow at the #FilmfareAwards2019!,’’ the caption of the post read.
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Kriti’s act has been choreographed by Shiamak Davar and the actress shared a photo with the choreographer on Instagram. The ‘Heropanti’ actress shared the photo along with the caption, “Some people just have a very warm positive energy... you just meet them and you feel lighter without saying a word...He’s definitely one of them! Such an honour to be choreographed by the one and only Shiamak Sir once again for #filmfareawards2019.”
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On the professional front, Kriti will be next seen in ‘Arjun Patiala’. The film co-starring Diljit Dosanjh will hit the silver screens on May 3. The actress also has ‘Housefull 4’ and ‘Panipati’ in her kitty.
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‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ actor Vicky Kaushal is also performing at the Filmfare Awards 2019. The actor will give a tribute to megastar Amitabh Bachchan at the awards show.
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