Aamir Khan reveals why he doesn’t go to Bollywood parties and says “You can see people’s veins popping out”; Kareena Kapoor Khan’s reaction proves she’s a party lover!

Aamir Khan denies being a ‘party animal’ and explains why he doesn’t like Bollywood parties! (Photo: Still from Coffee with Karan Season 7)

Bollywood has one reason or another to celebrate every day. Sometimes it’s the wrapper of a movie or its success. In other cases, it could be a birthday, a wedding, or a general meeting. While Kareena Kapoor Khan and Koffee With Karan host Karan Johar love to party, Aamir Khan prefers to stay away from such events. Cause? Scroll below to find out.

There are many red carpet or awards events, but Aamir is one of those who prefer to stay away from all such events. Actor Laal Singh Chaddha says he is not a party person by nature and does not like loud music.

During the 7th season of Coffee with Karan, Karan Johar, who is known for his grand parties, said, “When a party of 200 people is going, Aamir wants to run the other way.” To this, Aamir Khan replied that he was a party lover and clarified, “The music is too loud. You can see people’s veins bulging when they try to talk to the music.”

Everyone loves how the Kapoors love to party. Kareena Kapoor Khan’s response matched her roots when she said, “You just take your pictures and dance to your own Hindi songs.”

Meanwhile, Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan have appeared together in Coffee with Karan as they can soon be seen together in Laal Singh Chaddha.

Laal Singh Chaddha is the official remake of Tom Hanks’ masterpiece Forrest Gump. Several changes were made to reflect the history of India and make it understandable to Indian audiences.

The film is set to clash with Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan at the box office.

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