Mumbai, Feburary 19 (CINEWS): At the point when Arjun Kapoor assumed a twofold part in Atul Sabharwal’s 2013 activity thriller, “Aurangzeb,” much to his dismay that he’d run over his genuine doppelganger soon.
The 30-year-old performing artist was amidst a Twitter collaboration with his fans when one of them, @merakifyd, shared a photo of his carbon copy and a shocked Arjun proclaimed, “Haila judwaa,” citing a tremendously adored punch-line from the 1997 Salman Khan-starrer.
Keeping in mind celeb carbon copies have dependably had a field day, particularly since the appearance of the web, this one bears an especially uncanny likeness with the genuine legend. “I truly welcome them sharing the photo. It mirrors the lengths they go to for us. I am super grateful to my Arjunzaades (the Twitter fan club),” says Arjun, including that the fans are not influenced by a performing artist’s expert highs and lows. “I am not a routinely gorgeous fellow nor do I fall into the customary classification of a main saint. My fans on online networking have constantly acknowledged me for who I am.”
Inquire as to whether he’s wanting to take his carbon copy on as a body twofold for his movies and Arjun rushes to uncover that he has never utilized a copy. “Not notwithstanding for ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi,'” he chuckles, bringing up that he jumped on Twitter two years after every one of his peers, yet his fan base has expanded exponentially on account of his online admirers and the different fan clubs.
“They call themselves “Arjunzaade” and “Mentalzaade” in light of the fact that they identify with my character in ‘Ishaqzaade’. I didn’t make a big appearance with a decent kid character however despite everything they adore me.” Mirror attempted to take after the photo’s online trail, which finished with another club, yet on another person to person communication webpage. We have yet to associate with the judwa yet khoj abhi jaari hai!