Orry reveals on 'Koffee with Karan 8': Why he can't relate to Deepika Padukone
In a candid conversation with Karan, Orry revealed his delight with the season's opener featuring the dynamic duo, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone.
Published: Thursday,Jan 18, 2024 08:06 AM GMT-07:00
In the vibrant realm of social media, Orhan Awatramani, affectionately known as Orry, has rapidly risen to stardom, captivating audiences with his distinctive hand pose, quirky antics, and infectious sense of humour. The social media sensation recently graced the prestigious Koffee with Karan, hosted by Karan Johar, where he engaged in insightful conversations about his newfound fame and shared strategies to sustain his popularity.
During the lively episode, Orry opened up about his favourite moments from the season, shedding light on the episodes that left a lasting impression on him. Notably, he expressed his delight with the season's opener featuring the dynamic duo Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone. However, in his candid fashion, Orry revealed a slight let-down feeling, noting that this season's celebrities seemed more real and less inclined towards the expected drama synonymous with the show.
While discussing Ranveer and Deepika's episode, Orry humorously confessed to an unexpected connection with Deepika Padukone, a sentiment not commonly associated with the tone of Koffee with Karan. Playfully, he quipped, "I have never wanted to relate to Deepika Padukone. Don't relate to me, DP, please. I love you."
Adding a delightful twist, Orry shared an amusing anecdote about a moment when he and Deepika coincidentally had the same hairstyle. Recounting the incident, he said, "I am always going to be in awe of her. I remember once we had the same bun, and I said to her, 'DP, we have the same bun.' She looked at me like... She didn't know who I was, and I was like, 'I love you for doing that'."
Beyond the DeepVeer episode, Orry expressed a particular fondness for the episode featuring the Kapoor sisters, Khushi Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor, revealing a bias towards them.