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Friday May 24, 2024

Kriti Sanon shares THIS actor is her favorite co-star

Kriti Sanon was last seen in the film, Crew alongside Kareena Kapoor and Tabu

By Web Desk
April 23, 2024
Kriti Sanon talks about his favorite co-star and wish for further projects
Kriti Sanon talks about his favorite co-star and wish for further projects

Kriti Sanon, who was last seen in the film, Crew alongside Kareena Kapoor and Tabu, disclosed her preferred co-star and expressed her wish to work with him once more.

During an exclusive conversation with Pinkvilla, the 33-year-old actress revealed that her favorite co-star is Pankaj Tripathi, with whom she has shared the screen in films such as Bareilly Ki Barfi, Mimi, and Luka Chuppi.

The Heropanti female lead further mentioned that while she has worked with friends like Varun Dhawan or Kartik Aaryan on occasion, her collaboration with Pankaj has been more frequent, which is why he is her favorite co-star.

Kriti said, "Honestly, I've been blessed to work with some fun co-stars, whether it's friends like Varun Dhawan or Kartik Aaryan. But obviously, I have to say the one I've worked with the most times is Pankaj Tripathi."

"So, I would definitely say he's my favorite. We've done four or three films together, and we've had a very different dynamic in each one. In Bareilly Ki Barfi, he played my father, and I think it's the most adorable father-daughter relationship I've seen on screen."

"I absolutely loved it. In Luka Chuppi, it was more of a comedic relationship, and in Mimi, of course, playing Bhanu and Mimi had a very unique bond. They say there's a connection you can't categorize," she added.

Praising his acting skills, Kriti said about the Ludo actor, "He's such a versatile and fantastic actor. I always feel so proud to see him getting the recognition he deserves for his work. Lately, he's been doing some incredible stuff."

"He's incredibly watchable; no matter what he does, he brings every scene to life. And yes, I would love to work with him again soon. It's definitely been a while."