Now when people stay home without a maid or cook, they start doing their homework along with their work. Not only that, in our free time many of us have tried to experiment with new dishes at hand. Well, now Rakul Preet Singh’s name has been added to the list. In a recent video shared by the Aman brothers on Instagram, the actor can be seen preparing pancakes in the kitchen. However, this doesn’t come out well and the dish burns and after that he says he made a “pancake mix”. It scratches the bottom of the pan to remove burnt parts. Videos Not only Aman, but many of his fans were laughing on the floor at Laughing.
The video was shared by Aman on his Instagram handle and shared by Rakul again in his stories. Along with the subtitle, he wrote, “Thank God I didn’t get it for the pancakes this morning when @ rakulpreet asked me.” “Didi, ye kya banaya aapne?” He asks. he replied, “I didn’t want to put in too much oil, so …”
Watch the hilarious video here:
The video left his followers fragmented, taken to the comments section and thrown into Laughing emojis. One fan commented on “Didi’s awesome dish” while another wrote “You are a very nice brother and sister”.
Rakul is quite active on social media and often shares photos with his brother. On Brother’s Day, he shared a photo of them and wrote, “Happy Brothers day to one one and only crazy @ @ aman01offl! Water my Madness, my entertainment, my strength and my Mowgli! Love you”
On his birthday, Rakul sent a photo of the Maldives and wrote, “Happpppiest bdayyyyy to my little little, my non stop entertainment, my Mowgli. Do you learn to share your food! Then I love you more than I do my little crackpot I promise you! Have all the best muahhhh. “
Professionally, Rakul was on the last screen in the film ‘Sardar Ka Grandson’ with Arjun Kapoor and Neena Gupta. Apart from that, he has many Bollywood and South projects. She will play a special role in Sidharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgn’s upcoming film, “Thank God”. It also features ‘MayDay’ starring Amitabh Bachchan and Kamal Haasan ‘Indian 2’.