After Alia Bhatt- Deepika Padukone, Akshay Kumar- Ranveer Singh and Aamir Khan, the latest episode had Katrina Kaif and Varun Dhawan as the guest. Well, the two talented and popular actors are sharing the couch, one can definitely expect a lot of gossips and entertainment.
From talking about their equations with their co-stars, their relationships and their career, Varun and Katrina were quite honest and candid on the show. The most exciting elements on the show were Salman Khan and Varun Dhawan’s parent’s, David Dhawan and Karuna Dhawan. Even the rapid round questions by Karan to both the celebrities were full of Masala and the best one out of both did win the hamper.
Actor Varun and Natasha Dalal have been dating each other for quite a long time however the duo never admitted the relationship rumours. On KWK, when Karan asked the question, Varun finally confirmed that he and Natasha are a couple and are planning to get married soon.
Talking about Kat’s ex-boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor on dating Alia Bhatt, KJo asked Katrina about her equation with Alia is now as she is dating Ranbir. The Phantom actress told that they are good friends and it wasn’t tough for her to accept Alia and Ranbir’s relationship as it doesn’t concern her. She said that her equation with Alia, Ranbir and Deepika is individually different.
Varun Dhawan and Katrina Kaif will soon work together in Remo D’souza’s upcoming dance film. In today’s episode, Varun said that if Katrina doesn’t get equal pay, he won’t do the movie. Remo’s film will be Varun and Kat’s first film together. Also, Katrina Kaif expecting an invitation from Deepika- Ranveer and Nick Jonas- Priyanka.
Katrina said in yesterday’s episode that she is expecting a wedding invitation from both DeepVeer and NickYanka. She also added that she knows she won’t be invited, but she is excited and wants to get dressed up for these events.
Varun ended up winning the hamper for his quick and quirky answers. He also won the Koffee game that required them to weigh things and call up their friends to get them to say ” Hey Karan, it’s me.”