IIFA 2017: Not Varun Dhawan, but Katrina Kaif’s ‘Judwaa’ act stumps Twitter

Katrina Kaif received a lot of attention at IIFA Awards 2017 and even celebrated her birthday there. Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt and Salman Khan did everything to make her day extra special. She was the happiest one at the IIFA Awards but this goof up made by the producers of the award show embarrass the actress.

Twitter is calling Katrina Kaif a ninja in disguise and thanks to Colors channel’s amazing editing skills. It was the last segment of the show when Katrina was on stage to present the Best Actor award and then the editors did a big faux. While Kat was on the stage with a trophy in her hand, the editors mixed a clipping showing Shahid Kapoor sitting right next to her. Indeed this blunder is hilarious and cannot be missed. We are sure whoever noticed this goof up must have had a great laugh. While many called Katrina her own doppelganger, others called it Katrina’s memorable double role performance.

But mind you that this was not the only one. It was 18th edition of IIFA Awards and interestingly, the first IIFA was also hosted by Karan Johar and Saif Ali Khan. But this time, the camaraderie was missing. The way they were hosting it looks like they were not well rehearsed. They overlapped their dialogues and Saif lacked expression. Even one could literally see that he was blindly reading the teleprompter.

Talking about Katrina’s performance at IIFA Awards 2017, she literally nailed it with her sexy moves. The audience cheered for her till the end which only shows how much the people admire her. Meanwhile, on the professional front, her much delayed ‘Jagga Jasoos’ has released with ex-Ranbir Kapoor. Also, Kat is doing Tiger Zinda Hai with Salman, Thugs Of Hindostan with Aamir Khan and the dwarf film with Shah Rukh Khan. And we are eagerly waiting for the release of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’, as she will be back together with Salman after almost after five years.

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