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Akshay Oberoi has been one of the prolific unsung heroes of Bollywood. He has kept on working and working over the years and has done considerable great work. However, he isn’t one of those huge A-listers and yet, he’s happy in his own space. Talking recently to Bollywood Bubble, he revealed about working with Urvashi Rautela and how she was a total social media queen.


Akshay opens up by confessing, “Urvashi will kill me for saying this.” Have a look at the entire interview right here:

When asked about her upcoming project with Urvashi Rautela, Akshay couldn’t contain his excitement. He just couldn’t stop laughing talking about an incident on the sets of the shoot. He said, “Urvashi is one of the most hilarious people I’ve met in my life. She can make me laugh for hours just by doing nothing. She is a social media queen. I’ve never met anyone who understands social media more than her. She can click a photo standing just about anywhere. I remember an incident from the shoot where we were filming the climax. She’s going to kill me for revealing this. So it so happened that it’s the climax of the movie, I’m the villain, and it’s an all intense scene happening. And right before the take, she is standing there and posing for a selfie. Right in front of me. She is even directing the spot boy that click it from this angle, click it from that angle. It’s like literally that moment where the director is just about to say ‘action’. And I couldn’t control my laughter. She is just amazing. She can make any moment into a social media moment. She is unbelievable and always so positive and happy.

Well, it was indeed a funny story, and yes, Urvashi Rautela is indeed a social media queen.

Let’s wait and watch what Urvashi Rautela has to say about Akshay’s this revelation. Stay hooked onto Bollywood Bubble for more such interesting stories and updates on films, TV, and the OTT world.

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