Mouni Roy Sets Vacation Goals With Her Recent Maldives Holiday Pics

Mouni Roy has jetted off to the Maldives for a much deserving break with her celebrity stylist Rishika Devnani. The actress just shared glimpses of her Maldives vacay on her Instagram making us go green. Mouni will be next seen in Made In China opposite Rajkummar Rao

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Mouni Roy Sets Vacation Goals With Her Recent Maldives Holiday Pics
TV actress Mouni Roy is now counted amongst the celebs who have made a smooth transition from TV to films. Her last release Romeo Akbar Walter co-starring John Abraham was critically acclaimed and scored well at the box office as well. Just before the crazy schedule of the promotion of her next Made In China kick starts, the actress has flown to the Maldives for rejuvenation and to only return to the bay fully charged. The actress shared a couple of pictures on her Instagram making us all envy.

Her caption perfectly suits the vibes of this nation, she wrote, “Welcome to nimbu paani + sunshine & peace in abundance” She is accompanied by celebrity stylist Rishika Devnani on this trip. One can see Mouni thoroughly enjoying the breeze in an exotic speed boat ride in one of the videos shared by her on her Instagram handle. Going all easy breezy, the actress is seen sporting an olive green balloon crop top with thigh-high slit skirt and hair kept loose open.

Just two days ago the actress impressed us with her sizzling dance moves, as she sways with co-star Rajkummar Rao on one of the tracks from her upcoming movie Made In China. The track titled as Odhani Odhun Toh Udi Udi Jaaye is a complete groovy number when she is seen wooing Rao with her sultry moves.

Made In China will clash with Sajid Nadiadwala’s multi-starrer Housefull 4 and Anurag Kashyap’s Saand Ki Aankh at the box-office also releasing on the occasion of Diwali. 

Image Source: Instagram/MouniRoy
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