Twinkle Khanna channels her inner Adele but says she can ‘puncture eardrums’
Twinkle Khanna shared a video of herself on Wednesday, crooning to the song Hello by Adele. She posted the clip on her Instagram. The video shows her channeling her inner Adele as she crooned to the music. Khanna was seen travelling in a car as she sang. The author raised the pitch of her tone anytime the child in the background, seemingly her daughter, Nitara Bhatia, said something. Twinkle Khanna shared the video and said that she can ‘puncture eardrums’ with her ‘truly special voice’.
The video shows Twinkle dressed in a green and beige suit. Khanna continued to sing and raised her voice, pretending to not hear as a child kept questioning her. She even giggled when being quizzed. The child in the background could be heard asking, “What stop is that?” Towards the end of the video, Khanna stopped her song and looked at the child as she smiled.
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Sharing the video, in the caption, Twinkle Khanna wrote, “My bit in the family singing competition. Some people have a voice that can shatter glass, but my voice is truly special, I can clearly puncture eardrums without any effort! How many of you love to sing even when you know you are terrible? #ToneDeafMembersUnite (sic).”
Replying to her video, Karan Kapadia reacted with a laughing emoji. Sikander Kher on the other hand told Khanna that a person will immediately hang up as soon as she says ‘Hello’. He commented, “The person will hang up as soon as they hear hello (sic).”
Meanwhile, fans also reacted to the post. One said, “We can feel it in your voice,” while another commented, “@twinklerkhanna @adele is listening on the other side I hope she is smiling.” Time and again, Khanna shares a hilarious video or inspiring posts on her Instagram and keeps her audience engaged with good content.