A still image of Ajay Devgn and Kajol taken from a scene of their movie 'Ishq.' Twitter
Bollywood couple Ajay Devgn and Kajol reunite on screen next year in "Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior."
Right now, they have taken to social media to celebrate the fact that their superhit comedy drama "Ishq" completed 22 years on Thursday (Nov.28).
Ajay shared a still from the film with a candid caption for Kajol on Twitter on the occasion, to which Kajol had a ready witty reply at hand, reports hindustantimes.com.
"Ishq" released in 1997, and the couple co-starred with Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla in the Indra Kumar film.
Recalling the film, Ajay posted a roamntic still from the film featuring him with Kajol.
He captioned it with the lyrics of their hit song in the film: "Neend churayi meri kisne o sanam? Tuneeeee @itsKajolD #22YearsOfIshq."
Kajol's reply was hilarious. She posted a still from the film that shows her asleep. "Tumhari neend churake, dekho main kitne chain se soyi hoon," she wrote.
Juhi also posted a few pictures from the film on Instagram. "Nostalgia... It travels in many forms, on a song, in a scent or in photographs 22 years of Ishq!!" she wrote.
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