IIFA 2019: Salman Khan Cheers Loudly As Rekha Nails The Alia Bhatt 'Gully Boy' Dialogue "Mere Boyfriend Se Gulu Gulu Karegi Toh Dhoptungi Na"!
In the latest IIFA 2019 promo, evergreen Rekha aces the Alia Bhatt's 'Gully Boy' dialogue "mere boyfriend se gulu gulu karegi toh dhoptungi na"
Rekha, who had also presented the 'Best Actress in Last 20 Years' award to Deepika Padukone for 'Chennai Express' during IIFA looked ever mesmerizing in a green and pink saree.
Rekha and Deepika Padukone at IIFA 2019 (Pic: Web)
Alia looking sultry in a pink gown looked floored with Rekha's delivery of her dialogue on stage. Ranveer Singh and Salman Khan could be seen getting impressed too.
Official handle of Colors TV shared the promo video on social media with a message that reads- "#Rekha ji has aced @aliaa08's #GullyBoy lingo at #IIFA20! Stay tuned for more such interesting moments from #IIFAhomecoming, coming soon on #Colors. @ayushmannk @RanveerOfficial @BeingSalmanKhan".
Watch the promo below:
#Rekha ji has aced @aliaa08's #GullyBoy lingo at #IIFA20! Stay tuned for more such interesting moments from #IIFAhomecoming, coming soon on #Colors. @ayushmannk @RanveerOfficial @BeingSalmanKhan pic.twitter.com/9u5H8fcPLo
— COLORS (@ColorsTV) September 27, 2019
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IIFA Awards 2019 were held in Mumbai a week ago and it will air on Colors TV soon.
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