Nusrat Jahan Wishes Fans Eid Mubarak And Prays For The Bengal; Shares Video On Instagram

Recently, the actress was trolled for her dance video which she has posted on TikTok. The dance video is on the coronavirus. But this has not let down the actress spirit and she replied back to her trollers with another video

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Nusrat Jahan Wishes Fans Eid Mubarak And Prays For The Bengal; Shares Video On Instagram
The nation is celebrating the auspicious festival of Eid Ul Fitr today. Muslims are seen all dressed up and making delicious items at their homes. This year the festivity spirit will be low due to the cyclone Amphan and coronavirus lockdown which has put a curb on social gatherings and traditional celebrations.  

Actress sum politician Nusrat Jahan also wished her fans a happy Eid Mubarak and took to her Instagram handle to share the video. She even prayed for the wellness of the people of Bengal which has recently suffered from Cyclone Amphan which hit the state on Wednesday last week.

Recently, the actress was trolled for her dance video which she has posted on TikTok. The dance video is on the coronavirus. But this has not let down the actress spirit and she replied back to her trollers with another video.

She has always been trolled for her religion. Earlier, when she took the oath at the Parliament, she was trolled for applying sindoor on her head despite being Muslim.

On the work front, Nusrat Jahan will be next seen in Dictionary. Directed by Bratya Basu, she will be seen opposite her Asur co-actor Abir Chatterjee.  This is Nusrat, who has been recently voted as the most desirable women of 2019, the second film after her marriage. As reported, the film script has completed and it is written by Ujjwal Chattopadhyay. The film will showcase the problems of couples in a distance relationship. 



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