Sara Ali Khan Posted A Clip Of Ananya Panday Moving To Pushpa`s Song In Their Hotel Room Following IIFA 2022

Sara Ali Khan and Ananya Panday had a great time in Abu Dhabi for IIFA 2022. They got to share behind-the-scenes videos and photos from various events. Every year, the IIFA Awards bring together some of Bollywood’s biggest stars to honor the best in the business. After the actual awards ceremony on Saturday, Sara and Ananya shared an inside look at their post-awards shenanigans on Instagram. The actors shared a series of amusing selfies and videos of themselves having fun at an after-party inside their private room in Abu Dhabi.

Sara and Ananya both revealed on Sunday how they celebrated a successful awards night with a girl’s night in. Sara uploaded a video of Ananya dancing to the popular Pushpa song Saami Saami, which features actor Rashmika Mandanna, to her Instagram Stories, which Ananya 

Sara also posted a video of the two actors, captioned “Chakachak with Panday.” It’s fine because it’s Sunday.” Ananya is seen in the video doing the hook step to Sara’s song Chaka Chak from the film Atrangi Re. Sara captioned another selfie with Ananya, their stylist Tanya Ghavri, and her team, captioned as “Estrogen overload.”

Sara had previously shared a photo of her IIFA 2022 red carpet look on Instagram before walking the IIFA 2022 red carpet on Saturday. “Thx (Thanks) for taking over my room,” Ananya said. Ananya wore a white Manish Malhotra saree to the IIFA Awards, while Sara wore an embellished kurta and pants by Faraz Manan. Following the event, the actors changed into blue jumpers and joggers and a black T-shirt and leggings.

On Tuesday Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan of Simmba take on Karan Johar’s ‘The Punjaabban Song’ dance challenge. Karan took to Instagram on Tuesday night to share a video with Ranveer and Sara. The video is energetic and pays homage to Anil Kapoor’s signature step, Lakhan. “I’ve joined the Punjabban Party.” “The video’s caption read. Varun Dhawan reacted quickly to the video, saying, “sara ka sara pyaaar.”

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