Watch: Kiara Advani’s little fan recreating her funeral scene from ‘Shershaah’ will leave you emotional – Eagles Vine

Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani starrer ‘Shershaah’ released three weeks ago and since then, the film has been receiving a positive response from all quarters. The film is based on the life of Captain Vikram Batra PVC and the Kargil war he fought back then. Apart from his sacrifice for the country, the film also shows his love life with his fiancé Dimple Cheema.

The audience and critics just can’t stop praising both the actors for their impeccable performances as Vikram Batra and Dimple. The film also has the funeral scene of Vikram Batra which has left everyone teary-eyed. Now, an adorable fan of Kiara has made a video on the funeral scene where she has managed to copy her emotions to the T.

The little girl can be seen wearing the same outfit like Kiara wore in the film and enacting the entire scene. She has nailed the emotional scenes just like Kiara did in the film. Fans are all praise for the youngest social media influencer. Have a look:

Kiara Khanna, who has copied the ‘Good Newwz’ actor’s scene, recreated yet another look. She was seen sporting the same outfit and recreating the song ‘Raataan Lambiyan’ from the film. Kiara had also shared her video on her Instagram story and she was all praise for her facial emotions. Have a look:

Meanwhile, Kiara recently in an interview with ETimes admitted that she considers Sidharth as ‘one of her closest friends in the industry’. She had said, “As a co-star, Sidharth is extremely driven and focused. He loves to prep a lot and does a lot of readings. That’s very similar to the way I like to work on a film. So, in that sense, we got along very well. As a friend, I’d say he is one of my closest friends in the industry. I think, even as a friend, he’s full of life and always fun to be around.”


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