Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna are undoubtedly one of the funniest couples in B-town. Have you seen Mrs.Funny Bones’s hilarious anniversary wishes to hubby Akshay Kumar? And, of course, the Bollywood superstar did give his wife a fitting reply. The witty couple has never shied away from exchanging sarcastic comments online.
The lively couple is now back at it with Twinkle sharing an image of a precious gift she received from her dear husband. In an Instagram post, she revealed that Akshay chanced upon a set of ‘onion earrings’ while he was shooting for The Kapil Sharma Show to promote an upcoming movie, reports NDTV.
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My partner returns from performing at the Kapil Sharma show and says, ‘They were showing this to Kareena, I don’t think she was too impressed, but I knew you would enjoy them so I got them for you.’ Sometimes it’s the smallest things, the silliest things that can touch your heart. #onionearrings #bestpresentaward
She said that his co-star Kareena Kapoor wasn’t very impressed by the earrings, which is why he brought them as a souvenir for Twinkle, reports Times of India. Twinkle even gave him the best gift award.
People appreciated Akshay’s hilarious thoughtfulness. Have a look at some of the responses:
This is what i call a layered fashion choice.
— Paul Muad'Dib (@Duneemperorpaul) December 12, 2019
Brought tears to your eyes ?
— NirmalaPairtel (@nirmalapairtel) December 12, 2019
— Saadia (@Sadiakhn) December 12, 2019
Such costly present😁😁
— Puja Anand (@pujaanand28) December 12, 2019
Awww….that's too sweet !! The gesture and the onion earrings !!!
— Ashwini Naigaonkar (@Phulzadi) December 13, 2019
Ha ha ha he has great sense of humour ❤️
— Prasanna Kadam Pawar (@PrasannaKadam07) December 13, 2019
🤣 bless his heart!
— Ravi Reehall (@RaviReehall) December 12, 2019
Wow! Someone really cares about your likings. He really loves you.
— Namrata Agarwal Singhal (@namrataagarwal) December 12, 2019
In case you are unaware, onion prices have hiked to Rs 100 per kg and the center has banned traders from stockpiling of the edible bulbs across the country to control the rising cost.