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It’s #WorkoutWednesday and breaking into the happiest form of workout there is, i.e. dancing, is Dimple Kapadia. The Kumars are currently vacationing in the interiors of Italy. It was during a stroll down one of the streets, when they heard a musician playing a tune from Dimple’s debut film, Bobby.
Naturally, the senior actress was taken by surprise, and a rather pleasant one at that. She broke into an impromptu happy dance. Wearing a cream maxi dress, Dimple swayed like a swan to the mesmerising notes. And capturing all this on his mobile phone was son-in-law, Akshay Kumar. Akki shared the video on his social media pages with the caption, “When you walk into a small town in Italy and the musician is playing a song from Bobby! Life is full of beautiful coincidences. #BobbyInItaly”
Twinkle Khanna too shared Akki’s video on her page with the caption, “The heart dances and what else can the poor feet do but follow - Mother, in more ways than one, sets the bar very high:)#FreeSpirit #MamaMia”
The Kumars are on a brief holiday in Italy. Akshay shared
a lovely picture of himself with Twinkle and daughter Nitara two days back.
“Had a few days to spare, took off on a super quick and short vacation with the
family because when you reflect back life happens in all these little
moments #SanFruttuoso #ItalianRiviera,”
Had a few days to spare, took off on a super quick and short vacation with the family because when you reflect back life happens in all these little moments ❤️ #SanFruttuoso #ItalianRiviera pic.twitter.com/cATJVTS2RB— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) October 8, 2018
Meanwhile, coming back to Dimple, must say she a sheer
delight dancing to a tune from her debut flick, Bobby. The film had released
back in 1973, and also marked the debut of Raj Kapoor and Krishna Raj’s son,
Rishi Kapoor. It was the second highest grosser of the 70s.
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