"OMG! Better than Kareena!"
Sajal Aly recreated the iconic Poo from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.
The actress posted the fun video with BBC Asian Network presenter Haroon Rashid.
Haroon was seen in a white t-shirt and light blue shirt along with black jeans.
Meanwhile, Sajal kept things simple in a white ensemble, completing her look with eye-catching red bangles.
In the video, the pair recreated a scene from the Bollywood film where a guy asks Kareena Kapoor’s Poo on a date to the cinema.
Poo rejects the offer in a sassy way.
The pair lip-sync the dialogue, with Sajal mimicking the facial expressions made famous by Kareena.
Haroon captioned the video: “Hey Sajal Aly, movie tonight?”
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The lighthearted video was enjoyed by fans.
One user said: “OMG! Better than Kareena!”
Another commented: “So iconic.”
One person believed Sajal resembled Kareena from a certain angle, writing:
“She kind of looks like Kareena from the side profile.”
On the work front, Sajal Aly is gearing up for the release of What’s Love Got to Do with It?
Written by Jemima Goldsmith, the film stars Lily James, Shazad Latif, Shabana Azmi and Emma Thompson.
At the UK premiere, Sajal said she was honoured to represent Pakistan on the international stage.
She said: “It’s a matter of honour for me to be in the film directed by Shekhar Kapur.
“Sharing a screen with Shabana Azmi is a dream come true. Whenever you are on such a platform, your country is with you and no doubt you are under pressure.
“I am privileged to be here and representing Pakistan.”
Admitting that she was scared by the level of expectation attached to her, Sajal said she was overjoyed that she delivered.
She continued: “I am scared of the expectations. The level is too high. Every time I do a project, I am always very careful and considerate because people expect a lot from me.”
The film centres around Zoe (Lily James), a filmmaker who documents her childhood friend Kazim (Shazad Latif) as he pursues an arranged marriage with a bride (Sajal Aly) from Pakistan.
At the same time, Zoe navigates the modern dating world.
Speaking about her character, Sajal said:
“It’s important that the bride is happy at the end of it all.
“She has completed her law degree. She is happy to complete her education and her parents are happy with the choices she made.
“Her life is complete at the end of the film. If you find the right person in life, then it’s okay but it’s also okay if your marriage doesn’t work out. I am honoured that I did this part.”