Kiara Advani’s epic answer when asked about her marriage plans, catch details

Bollywood is India’s film production industry based in Mumbai. Hindi Cinema is one of the biggest industries in film production across the world. There are several actresses who have made a great contribution to the film industry.

Kiara Advani is one of the most glamorous actresses of Bollywood at present. Her performance in Kabir Singh has been appreciated a lot. Every producer and director wants to cast her in their movies.

Kiara Advani kickstarted her film career in Bollywood with the movie, Fugly. She has given outstanding performance in many movies including M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, Kabir Singh and Good Newwz.

Kiara was seen alongside Akshay Kumar in a comedy-horror movie ‘Laxmi’, directed by Raghava Lawrence, which was a remake of the 2011 Tamil film Muni 2: Kanchana.

On the other hand, she has also made his Tollywood debut by featuring in Mahesh Babu’s film Bharat Ane Nenu, which was released in the year 2018. The movie became a sensational hit at the office and Kiara drew plaudits for her acting.

Kiara Advani's epic answer when asked about her marriage plans, catch details

Kiara Advani’s epic answer when asked about her marriage plans

Meanwhile, Kiara Advani, who is known to be dating Bollywood actor Sidharth Malhotra, was inquired about her marriage plans and that when she will ‘settle down’.

Advani came up with an epic response to the question as she said, “Bina shaadi kiye bhi main well-settled ho sakti hoon right? Main well-settled hoon, main kaam kar rahi hoon, kama Rahi hoon, khush hoon.”

(Translating the quote into English: Can I not be well settled without getting married? I am well settled, I am working and I am happy).

Meanwhile, Karan Johar jokingly said, “Meri shaadi ke baare mein aapne kuchh nahi poocha, main 50 ka hone ja raha hoon. Aapko kya lagta hai main shaadi ke kabil nahi hoon? Bhaiya, hum bhi shaadi kar sakte hain (You didn’t ask me about my marriage, I’m going to turn 50. Do you think I can’t get married? Let me tell you, I can get married, too).”