With this monochrome challenge taking everyone by storm, you will hardly spot any celeb who has not taken the Black and White Challenge. Ananya Panday, Sara Ali Khan, Sonam Kapoor to Mira Rajput and Janhvi Kapoor have participated in this viral challenge and much to our delight, we got to see some gorgeous snaps of these stunning ladies which treated our boring quarantine eyes. However, after half of the film fraternity took the viral 'Black and White' challenge and shared stunning pictures of themselves on Instagram, please make way for Katrina Kaif who recently accepted the challenge and made her way to the club with glory. The actress took to her page and shared a stunning monochrome picture of herself and said that she feels grateful for the inspiration and support from all the women.
While taking the picture to her feed, she captioned it as, "#challengeaccepted so grateful for the inspiration and support from all the women around me @anushkasharma @kareenakapoorkhan @chhabra.reena17 @rohiniyer @fatimasanashaikh @kushakapila @yasminkarachiwala @isakaif." As she has also nominated her bestie Anushka Sharma, Kareena Kapoor Khan and her Thugs Of Hindostan co-star Fatima Sana Shaikh, we can't wait to see what pictures they would use for this amazing challenge.
For the unversed, this viral challenge is to build positivity and support women empowerment and in the past, we have seen so many stars indulging in this challenge to support womanhood. For now, check out Kat's picture below:
Meanwhile, on the professional front, Katrina Kaif's much-awaited film, Sooryavanshi with Akshay Kumar will hit the big screens this year Diwali. Kaif also has Phone Bhoot with Siddhant Chaturvedi and Ishaan Khatter and Ali Abbas Zafar's superhero movie. ALSO READ: Monochrome Photo Challenge: Mira Rajput, Janhvi Kapoor, Natasa Stankovic And Others Support Each Other To Spread Positivity
Image source: Instagram/ Katrinakaif
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