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Aamir Khan, Virat Kohli shoot for Diwali special chat show, switch roles. See pics

Bollywood star Aamir Khan and cricketer Virat Kohli have come together to offer a Diwali gift to Bollywood and cricket fans - they have shot for a chat show.

bollywood Updated: Oct 04, 2017 11:45 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times
Aamir Khan,Virat Kohli,Diwali special chat show
Aamir Khan and Virat Kohli shoot for a Diwali special chat show in Mumbai.(Instagram)

This year, Diwali will be extra special for Indians - Bollywood star Aamir Khan and cricketer Virat Kohli have come together to offer a special gift to Bollywood and cricket fans. The duo have shot for a talk show that will be aired around Diwali, October 19.

Aamir has put Thugs of Hindostan shoot on hold to promote Secret Superstar while Virat and his team are on a break following the recently concluded India-Australia ODI series. The duo were seen shooting for the chat show in Malad, Mumbai on Tuesday evening.

It appears that Virat and Aamir have switched roles for the show. We could spot Aamir with a cricket jersey while Virat was seen holding a clapboard. According to sources, both Aamir and Virat -- fiercely protective of their privacy -- will get candid on the show.

Pictures of the cricketer and Bollywood star are going viral online. Check them out:

Posing to camera😉 Follow➡@bleedkohlism #viratkohli

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#Viratkohli #Bunty and #Aameeekhan Came Together For Diwali Special Chat Show!

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Aamir’s son Azad also accompanied daddy to the sets and was later spotted playing cricket while the Dangal star worked on the chat show. The actor left for Turkey after shooting for the show. “On the plane to Istanbul! Really looking forward to my trip to Turkey :-). Love,” he wrote on Twitter early on Wednesday morning.

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First Published: Oct 04, 2017 11:35 IST