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Juhi Chawla is in Karachi and she had a 'delightful' time watching JPNA2

When in Pakistan do what Pakistanis do, and that's exactly what Juhi Chawla's been doing.

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The Bollywood star is in Karachi and she's loving her time in the city. Her first stop was Boat Club for lunch, then she hit the cinema to watch, you guessed it, Humayun Saeed's Jawani Phir Nahi Ani 2.


Juhi Chalwa frequents the country as some of her relatives reside in Pakistan.


Juhi loved the film so much she tweeted about it! "In Karachi, out for lunch to the Boat Club with family friends... and then to the movies ...a delightful Pakistani romcom 'Jawani Phir Nahin Ani' ... which coincidentally had a full Indian girl/ Pakistani boy love story"

JPNA2 makers are getting some serious love from across the border, first Mahesh Bhatt sent love to Humayun and tweeted, "The rise and the rise and the RISE of Humayun Saeed!" and now Juhi Chawla.



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