Akshara Singh, a Bhojpuri actor, is ecstatic that Aamir Khan danced with her on the song Phir Na Aisi Raat Aayegi by Laal Singh Chaddha. Videos of Akshara and Aamir have been posted on her social media accounts by an ecstatic Akshara.
Akshara, who is well-known for her parts in movies including the action romance Satya, the political drama Sarkar Raj, and the action drama Tabadala, posted videos of herself dancing with Aamir on Instagram. “This is such a dream come true!” she wrote. I’m grateful to Aamir Sir for making this day something I’ll never forget.
Akshara’s fraternity friends and followers showed a lot of support for her video. Actor Bidita Bag from Babumoshai Bandookbaaz said, “OMG now sign a film asap with him,” choreographer Mudassar Khan wrote, “.” A support group for Akshara wrote, “Our sherni happy of u.”
The weekend saw the release of the song Phir Na Aisi Raat Aayegi, which was performed by Arijit Singh. “The sweet ache of unrequited love, the agony of longing, and the desire to make this moment stay forever. The caption of a picture on the Instagram account of Aamir Khan Productions said, “The music that depicts this everlasting emotion… In a recent behind-the-scenes video published by the crew, actor Kareena Kapoor referred to the song as the “greatest song ever” and the “tune of the decade.”
Akshara posted a photo of her favourite Bollywood hero on Sunday with the caption, “Honoured to meet such a genius intellect!! It didn’t feel like our meeting was our first. The best time was had with everyone’s favourite Aamir Sir. I appreciate all of our enjoyable conversations and time spent together.
According to reports, Akshara, who made her acting debut in Satyamev Jayate (2010) opposite Ravi Kishan, is one of the most paid actors in the Bhojpuri film business.
As he promotes Laal Singh Chaddha, Aamir is meeting a number of social media influencers and friends from the film industry. The celebrity welcomed Ruhee Dosani to his home in Mumbai in April, where the two even celebrated Baisakhi while developing a friendship over halwa, lassi, and Bhangra movements. Advait Chandan is the director. Laal Singh Chaddha, the official Indian adaptation of Tom Hanks’ Academy Award-winning Forrest Gump, also features Naga Chaitanya (1994).