- “Sure issues, I suppose, are timeless,” wrote Twinkle Khanna
- Twinkle shared a poster of Mela on the again of a truck
- “This popped up in my messages right now,” she wrote
Twinkle Khanna, who never shies away from cracking self-directed jokes about her brief acting career, was reminded of her 2000 film Mela as soon as once more. On Instagram, Twinkle shared the photograph of a Mela poster on the again of a truck and wrote: “Sure issues, I suppose, are timeless! This popped up in my messages right now and what can I say besides Mela has actually left a mark or a scar, whichever approach you take a look at it, on me and the remainder of the nation.” Mela was certainly one of Twinkle Khanna’s final motion pictures. Launched in 2000, Mela turned out to be a field workplace debacle and was censured by critics.
Twinkle co-starred with Aamir Khan and Ayub Khan in Mela. Here is what she posted:
Twinkle Khanna’s final movie was 2001’s Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega, after which she switched careers. She’s now a best-selling creator, a critically acclaimed columnist and a profitable producer. In a tweet in 2016, Twinkle Khanna made her break-up with appearing official, writing she is not returning to her “legendary appearing abilities.”
Twinkle Khanna, who’s all the time sportingly self-deprecating about her former profession in movies, had advised NDTV in a 2016 interview: “I’ve no appearing abilities! You want appearing abilities to behave, not intelligence. They’re two totally different abilities. I used to be determined to get out. My complete physique was outdoors the door, I used to be simply hanging on with my toes.”
Melas, by and enormous, could be hazardous to health- I’d know 🙂 https://t.co/kSFxWl6t2u
— Twinkle Khanna (@mrsfunnybones) March 19, 2020
Twinkle Khanna is the daughter of actors Rajesh Khanna and Dimple Kapadia. She debuted with 1995’s Barsaat and starred in movies equivalent to Baadshah, Worldwide Khiladi, Dil Tera Diwana, Jaan, Joru Ka Ghulam and Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai. She’s best known for her signature sense of humour and authoring the books Mrs Funnybones, The Legend Of Lakshmi Prasad and Pyjamas Are Forgiving.