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Junaid Khan Denies Bollywood Collaboration with Khushi Kapoor

Junaid Khan Denies Bollywood Collaboration with Khushi Kapoor

The recent buzz surrounding Khushi Kapoor, daughter of the late Bollywood icon Sridevi and producer Boney Kapoor, has led to some confusion and amusement, especially after Pakistani actor Junaid Khan clarified the situation with a touch of humor.

Junaid took to his Instagram Stories to address the news circulating from a portal that mistakenly used his image instead of Aamir Khan’s son’s. The former Call frontman clarified the speculation, expressing gratitude for the opportunity for cross-border collaborations while debunking the reports linking him to films alongside Khushi Kapoor.

Junaid humorously stated that while his name may have been confused with that of the Indian superstar’s son, he wished for open borders to facilitate such collaborations. He conveyed this message on his IG Stories, stating, “For all those asking if this is true! They must have confused me with Aamir Khan’s son! But I really truly wish that our borders were open for cross collaborations like it once was!”

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Meanwhile, Khushi Kapoor’s burgeoning career continues to generate excitement, with two highly anticipated film projects on the horizon. Following her debut in The Archies, Khushi is set to star in the upcoming romantic comedy titled Naadaniyaan, produced by Dharma Productions. In this film, she will share the screen with Ibrahim Ali Khan.

Additionally, Khushi is slated to star opposite the rising Indian talent Junaid Khan in the Hindi remake of Love Today, which is scheduled to begin filming in the upcoming summer. With the mixed reception her debut project received, the young actress has a lot to prove, and it’s safe to assume that she’s gearing up for the challenge.

As fans eagerly await the release of these films, Junaid Khan’s clarification brings a sigh of relief to Pakistanis, dispelling all false news. However, his statement also highlights the spirit of cross-border collaboration, which was once more common but has become rare in modern sociopolitical times.