Parineeti Chopra, Aditya Roy Kapur on Koffee With Karan: No filter, extra strong!
Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur also talked about Varun Dhawan's self-obsession on Koffee With Karan.
After hosting Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in his last episode, filmmaker and talk show host Karan Johar is bringing Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur as guests to Koffee with Karan for the sixth episode of the fifth season.
Star World gave us a fun peek into the chemistry the pair shares. While Aditya Roy Kapur gives us some insight into Parineeti's life with a statement like 'Parineeti has no qualms about hooking up in a public place'; Parineeti tells us more about Varun Dhawan.
When Karan Johar asked Aditya if Varun Dhawan could convince him to take off his shirt, Aditya replied with a nod and Parineeti chirped in with, "He (Varun) can convince girls to take off their shirts too!" She claimed Varun had a very starry attitude.
The pair seem to share a fun and easy vibe that comes with being good friends. At one point in the episode Parineeti says, "His (Aditya Roy Kapoor's) brain is the size of a teaspoon."
Parineeti recently shared a photograph of herself along with Aditya Roy Kapur and Karan Johar on the sets of the show. She captioned the picture as, ‘Koffee has been had!! It was no filter and extra strong!! The show should be renamed #GossipWithKaran but all is fair in love and rapid fires @karanjohar #AdityaRoyKapur.’
Watch the full episode for the shenanigans on 3 December 2016. Here's the sneak peek:
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