Twinkle Khanna the elder daughter of Dimple Kapadia and late superstar Rajesh Khanna had a short movie career where she shared screen space with all the three Khans- Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan and also with Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar. She later called it quits at the movies and settled in holy matrimony with Akshay Kumar. However, she did not fade into oblivion; she handles a mega successful interior designing business and has turned a columnist. Her columns in the leading dailies of the country have been such a rage that she released a book with all the columns she wrote titled Mrs Funnybones. Her debut book Mrs Funnybones went on to become a bestseller and she soon came up with another book titled The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad. She has made a mark for herself in the literary world with her satirical pieces and is hugely popular on Twitter where she goes by the name @mrsfunnybones. Also Read - Sushant Day: Kangana Ranaut Launches Attack on Karan Johar, YRF, Mahesh Bhatt, Says 'I Regret Not Being There For You'

Twinkle Khanna has stood tall to voice her opinions about anything and everything and does not shy away from calling a spade a spade. Recently, she had a suggestion for childhood friend Karan Johar who had confessed that Twinkle Khanna was his first ever crush and ensured that Karan Johar eats his words. Twinkle Khanna starred in the advertisement for a leading mobile phone and impressed Karan Johar with her acting. When Karan Johar showered praises at her performance she took to Twitter to ask him to cast her in his film with a minor change in the name of the film. We won’t spoil your fun, check out their Twitter banter below: Also Read - Did Pathan Director Siddharth Anand Slap His Assistant On Set of The Film? Know The Truth Here

It is well known that Karan Johar based the character of Tina in his directorial venture Kuch Kuch Hota Hai on Twinkle Khanna whose real name is Tina and offered her the role but she declined. The role finally was taken up by Rani Mukerji and as they say the rest is history!