This Is How Jennifer Lawrence And Chris Pratt Made School Students Go Mad, Things Turned So Surprising!

By Sunidhi , Updated Dec 07, 2016 07:25 PM EST
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Imagine that you are a regular student and on one of the regular Tuesdays while expecting a regular class schedule, your favorite celebrities come to your class and surprise you! Well, something like this happened with students of the Ghetto Film School, New York.

Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence along with co-star Chris Pratt visited the Ghetto Film School, to give a surprise to the students and answer their questions as well. Even after having a very busy scheduled the two actors somehow managed to give time for such an event. When the students saw them they were astonished and extremely happy.

They were promoting their upcoming movie "Passengers". This movie is an American romantic science fiction thriller. Directed by Morten Tyldum and written by Jon Spaihts, the movie takes us to a space journey. The Ghetto Film School is a non-profit organization founded in 2000. Regarding Jennifer's looks, the actress wore a fur collar coat on a mini dress. She looked awesome. The students of the Gheto film School were filled with a lot of excitement, and flooded their phones by clicking lots of photographs with Jennifer and Chris. The environment became very cheerful due to their presence.

Sources reveal that before Lawrence and Chris entered the classroom, the teachers asked the students to stay still and pose for a "mannequin challenge". Everybody was in a statue like position but then came the two stars, Jennifer asked them "What's going on here?" after which the real fun began for the students. Nowadays Chris and Jennifer are seen together a lot as they are giving their full efforts for promotion of their film. Chris kept cropping Jennifer out of his photos and then posted it on Instagram. Later, he uploaded a beautiful portrait of Jennifer and wrote, "My best buddy #jenniferlawrence Sorry for messing with you guys before".

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