5 Times Aap Ke Aa Jane Se’s Sahil Proved He Is Bollywood Actor Ranbir Kapoor’s Biggest Fan

While Karan Jotwani who plays the role of Sahil Agarwal is Ranbir Kapoor’s fan, his own fan following is no less.

ZEE5 Web Desk

February 10, 2019


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Aap Ke Aa Jane Se’s Sahil Agarwal is a huge Ranbir Kapoor fan. Karan Jotwani who plays this character on the show has performed on the Bollywood actor’s songs several times. More recently, Sahil sang the Ae Dil Hai Mushkil title track in one of the episodes of Aap Ke Aa Jane Se.

Watch his magical performance at 17:42 in this episode below:

Earlier, Sahil has performed on Ranbir’s famous hits Channa Mereya and Kun Faya Kun on Aap Ke Aa Jane Se. Karan who plays a young, kind-hearted rich businessman on the show has been very vocal about his fondness for the Tamasha actor. Check out some of his posts from Instagram here:

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I think it's just a September thing to be phenomenal 😉 Happy birthday Ranbir ♥️.. there's so much I would want to tell you in person; someday. Carrying a boulder on your shoulder of representing a huge clan, people making claims about it being easy for you in the cinematic world here. I don't see more than 3/4th of the 'actors' coming close to your aura, zest, passion, and performance. There's something about every role you play, it's endearing, you just make them performances so darn real.. oh and the dark ones, Rockstar got me inclined to acting, so thank you, you've come as a blessing to my outlook towards expression, to the Indian film industry, and to many aspiring budding actors. I don't watch the movies, but you pull me out to watch yours, FIRST DAY always. I sound like an excited lil' fan, which I am, proudly and will always be. Thank you for existing man, you make the difference in how I look at this genre of life. I wish you the best of health, insane energy, and performances that will also leave you amazed. For me you'll be numero uno, al-fuckin'-ways ♠️ I love you RK, CANNOT wait to work with you. Every time I want to try out another profession, your films bring me back to stay right here and try. Someday, I hope, I share screen space with you. Happy birthday again ✌🏻🤘🏼🙌🏻🌹 #RanbirKapoor #RK

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A few make a wish once that timer hits a 11:11, a few send in energy to the world, hoping for a day that could be their game changer. But 6 years back, on the 11th of November, 2011, perhaps the universes’ decision for us to feel emotions like never before through lyric and lines, that not only strung the tunes of your heart, also swayed the mind, filled and emptied tumblers of sensation, that poured in and out not of just our hearts, but many many others, released this heartfelt piece. Be it a month, 6; 6 years, 60 decades, eternity. Just like a part of us stays back, when gone, people revisit memories, this Imtiaz Ali musical, even today reverberates in corners within. If you know me: actually you can guess this, it’s not difficult. If we be chillin’ together someplace, someday, years down the line, when I’m sexier and younger, I would play songs from the Rockstar Album like it’s me reciting religious prayers. Not ironic here, like the picture here depicts, “Jo Bhi Main Kehna Chahu, Barbaaad Karein Alfaz mere”.. to add to how AR Rahman, Mohit Chauhan, Irshad Kamil, Piyush Mishraaaa wrote what the ear, indirectly the soul would never get fatigued of listening to even today. The album – THOSE LINES, better than the coke you snort or if you were good at geometry; them dialogues, that direction, CHERR-IED by Ranbir’s performance, which wisdjisw sjismwkshxxmeMINDBOGGLINGmekxkdiwjxFANFUCKINGTASTICuiedsuwixnsiwksSudidjsmxkdskkddHEARTOUCHINGususus! #SoMuchExcitementEvenToday It’s simple. The only movie that can make me cry, laugh, todaaaaayin a way, it made me express myself in forms non-understandable for the world, but within you, you just know that it did to you. The power this movie possesses, that emotion it recreates, the corners it pierces into, only you can feel. Man it never felt REEL. A ROCKSTAR FAN FOREVER ⭐️

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Karan Jotwani landed his first leading role of Sahil Agarwal in Aap Ke Aa Jane Se after having played smaller roles in his previous television appearances. In one of his social media posts, he credits Ranbir Kapoor for inspiring him to become an actor. Last year, Karan revealed on Rajeev Khandelwal’s Juzz Baatt that he was a copywriter before he entered the television industry. He has also worked as an assistant director for several ad-films.

Aren’t there enough reasons to get inspired by this young actor? If you have been impressed by Karan Jotwani’s acting abilities, tell us which performance of his did you like the most on Aap Ke Aa Jane Se. Comment in the section below!

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