Bottle Cap Challenge: Akshay Kumar Shares A Hilarious Meme As Riteish Deshmukh Takes Credit For The ‘Khiladi’ And Tiger Shroff’s Acts

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Be it reel life or real life, Riteish Deshmukh makes his comic timing do the talking, and the actor had a quirky take on the ‘Bottle Cap Challenge’ that is taking the Internet by storm. Bottle Cap Challenge: Akshay Kumar shares a hilarious meme as Riteish Deshmukh takes credit for the ‘Khiladi’ and Tiger Shroff’s acts

Written By Joel Kurian | Mumbai | Updated On:

Be it reel life or real life, Riteish Deshmukh makes his comic timing do the talking, and the actor had a quirky take on the ‘Bottle Cap Challenge’ that is taking the Internet by storm. The ‘Masti’  star quipped that it was he who aced the challenge with the 'mask of Akshay Kumar' after his ‘Housefull’ co-star posted the video on social media. While Riteish was also right that he’d also do the challenge with a ‘Tiger Shroff mask’, Akshay shared a hilarious meme to reply to his co-star. 

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After Riteish claimed to have done the challenge that involves knocking off the Bottle Cap with a roundhouse kick, Akshay shared a popular meme from his own ‘Phir Hera Pheri’ of the dialogue ‘Zor Zor Se Bol Ke Scheme Bata De.’ 

Meanwhile, as Riteish rightly predicted, Tiger Shroff also performed the challenge and took it up a notch higher by doing it blindfolded. 

Riteish then wrote, “As promised ..... this is me in a @iTIGERSHROFF mask - ‘Tiger sir’ you are most welcome -I tried my best to make you look the best. #BottleCapChallege इससे ज़्यादा हमसे ना हो पायी भैया!!!”

READ: Bottle Cap Challenge: After Akshay Kumar, Now Kunal Kemmu Joins The Bandwagon, Cheats But Shows A Hilariously Simple Method

 

 

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