Rajeev in Aamna's 'Honge Judaa Na Hum'?
New Delhi: The much-loved on-screen couple Rajeev Khandelwal and Aamna Sharif might be seen together on the small screen again, courtesy the latter's cameo on the actress' ongoing show 'Honge Judaa Na Hum'.
If a source is to be believed, Rajeev will shoot for the special episode of the Sony TV show in Mumbai on Friday, but the actor chose to be secretive about it.
"Yes, I have been approached by the makers to shoot a special episode for 'Honge Judaa Na Hum'," Rajeev told IANS, adding that "he has not yet decided on the offer."
Rajeev and Aamna made a sizzling pair in 'Kahiin Toh Hoga', a romantic show which ended in 2007. It helped boost their popularity by several notches, and even sparked rumours of an affair between the two.
Post the show, both of them ventured into films. Aamna's movie career didn't quite take off with 'Aloo Chaat' and 'Shakal Pe Mat Ja', as the films didn't do well at the box office.
After a hiatus of five years, Aamna, 30, turned to the small screen with 'Honge Judaa Na Hum'.
Meanwhile, Rajeev's big leap took him to greater heights with the success of 'Aamir', and 'Shaitan'. The 37-year-old's latest film 'Table No.21' has also been appreciated and further boosted his popularity.
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