Nusrat Jahan And Her Husband Nikhil Jain Enjoys Vacation In Meghalaya, Shares Pics At Instagram

Nusrat Jahan got married to Businessman Nikhil Jain in 2018 in Turkey. She started her career with film Shotru opposite Jeet. Jahan contested in the general election of 2019 from Basirhat Lok Sabha Constituency

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Nusrat Jahan And Her Husband Nikhil Jain Enjoys Vacation In Meghalaya, Shares Pics At Instagram
Actress Nusrat Jahan who has recently celebrated her birthday is enjoying her vacation in Meghalaya with her husband Nikhil Jain. She has posted pictures on her social account and it is going viral. Her movie Asur which also stars Abir Chatterjee and Jeet is also released in the first week of January. 

Nusrat shared the pictures on her official Instagram account and wrote, “Amidst the wildscapes.. mountains to love, sky to embrace,the green that beckon me with a sort of magnetic pull to walk deeper into their beauty.. in love with the oblivion. It’s been a great bday... thanks @nikhiljainoffcl hubbilicious for this eternal feel.”

The actress is in Mawlynnong which is considered one of the cleanest village of the Asia and it is called ‘God’s own garden’. 

Meanwhile, her latest release Asur is a story of three friends played by Jeet, Abir, and Nusrat. The film shows their later phase of their life when they are in their 30s. The film is a tribute to famous sculptor and painter Ramkinkar Baij. Jeet will be seen playing that role.

The movie's plot is set at the background of 2015 Durga Puja when a stampede-like situation occurred at the Deshapirya Park Puja when people had gathered around to see 88-feet Durga idol.

Jeet is essaying the role of Kigan, who has created the tallest Durga. Bodhi, played by Abir Chatterjee, will be seen in negative role. Nusrat Jahan plays the role of Aditi, who seems to be the love interest of Jeet.



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