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Did You Know Laila ‘Initially’ Invited Arjun to Morocco? ZNMD’s ‘Deleted’ Scene Goes Viral (Photo Credits: X/@mimansashekhar)

Have you come across this deleted scene from ‘ZNMD’ where Laila asked Arjun, ‘Will you come with me to Morocco?’

Some films are like old friends, always there to lift our spirits and offer timeless wisdom. Take, for instance, the Bollywood gem ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.’ It’s a movie that speaks to the soul, reminding us of life’s true essence and teaching us to conquer our fears, urging us to ‘live’ each moment to the fullest, unburdened by the chaos of the world. Among its fans, many find solace in the character of Arjun (played by Hrithik Roshan), who found redemption through deep-sea diving, a symbolic plunge into the depths of his fears, guided by the ‘instructor’ Laila (played by Katrina Kaif), who pulled him from the murky waters of materialism.

Arjun’s transformation from a man shackled by worldly desires to someone embracing the simplicity of life is profoundly moving. His decision to prioritise the people and passions he loves, particularly his affection for Laila, culminates in a promise to journey together to Morocco after their friends’ trip concludes, marking a poignant transformation for the once-materialistic man. However, what many may not know is that the idea of Morocco was initially planted by Laila herself, not Arjun. Surprised? You’re not alone.

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Recently, a ‘deleted’ scene from the movie surfaced on social media, shared by user ‘X’, sparking renewed interest. In this scene, Arjun and Laila share a poignant moment by the seaside, after Laila’s surprise visit during the final leg of their journey in Pamplona.

Their conversation, filled with unspoken emotions, takes a turn when Laila playfully teases Arjun about the men she’s followed, prompting her to ask the pivotal question, “Will you come with me to Morocco?” It’s a moment where their eyes speak volumes, revealing the depth of their connection.

Watch the video to see what happened next:

This newfound glimpse into their connection has left viewers spellbound, offering a fresh perspective on their evolving relationship.

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So, what’s your take on this? Should this scene have found its home within the movie’s narrative, or does its absence enhance the film’s allure?

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