In the realm of social media, Orhan Awatramani, popularly known as Orry, has emerged as a captivating sensation, enchanting audiences with his unique humor, distinctive hand pose, and quirky antics. Recently gracing the illustrious Koffee with Karan hosted by Karan Johar, Orry shared candid insights into his newfound fame, his strategies for maintaining it, and his favorite episodes from the season.Surprisingly, he also revealed why he prefers not to relate to Bollywood star Deepika Padukone.
During the engaging episode, Orry expressed his sheer delight in the season opener, featuring power couple Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone. However, he humorously admitted to feeling a bit let down at times during this season, suggesting that the celebrities were surprisingly real, deviating from the anticipated drama associated with the show.

Ananya Panday and Aditya Roy Kapur twin in blue as they party with Orry, Suhana Khan and others

Reflecting on the episode with Ranveer and Deepika, Orry playfully mentioned an unexpected connection with Deepika, a departure from the usual tone of Koffee with Karan. He amusingly declared, “I have never wanted to relate to Deepika Padukone. Don’t relate to me, DP, please. I love you.”
Orry then shared a delightful anecdote about having the same hairstyle as Deepika at one point. He fondly recalled the incident, saying, “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’.”

In addition to the DeepVeer episode, Orry disclosed his special fondness for the episode featuring the Kapoor sisters, Khushi Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor, citing his inherent bias towards them. He also praised the episode with Rani Mukerji and Kajol.

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