Alia Bhatt poses during a photo shoot.
Everyone loves ‘Friends,’ and the fact that they will all be seen together again has left the whole world overwhelmed.
Bollywood stars are no different.
The cute and bubbly actress Alia Bhatt has expressed her excitement by sharing a post on social media about the special episode that is going to be aired soon.
She says she might just pass out with joy!
The actress on Saturday afternoon took to Instagram and shared a post shared by "Friends" star Jennifer Aniston.
She wrote: "I think I may just pass out with joy."
"Friends" stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer will be coming together for an untitled unscripted special to celebrate the long-running series, which went off air in 2004.
According to sources, the six stars will receive at least $2.5 million (approximately Rs 18 crore) per head, for starring in the special episode, reports variety.com.
The special, as well as all 236 episodes of "Friends", will be available upon the HBO Max streaming service's debut.
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