We all are the witnesses of Katrina Kaif’s dances and it is pretty much established that the actress is one of the best dancers we have in Bollywood. Be it Chikni Chameli, Sheila Ki Jawani, or Kamli, whenever the actress sizzles onscreen, she ensures that all the eyes are on her and well, that’s exactly what happens whenever we see her on the big screens. Well, this time too she managed to mesmerize us with her killer dance moves and that is not in some movie but at a wedding function. Kaif is in Goa where she is attending a wedding of her friend and makeup artist Daniel C Bauer. Earlier, Katrina had shared a couple of inside pictures of the newlyweds from their special day, today, we came across a video where she is seen dancing on her song Afghan Jalebi along with the groom. The actress really fires up the stage with her killer moves and one just cannot take their eyes off her.
In the video, she first starts dancing and after a few seconds, we see her calling Daniel on stage and then the two starts syncing on the stage. The Tiger Zinda Hai actress is seen wearing a powdered blue bikini top with sequins and a skirt of similar colour along with a sheer blue dupatta which appears to look like a cape. By letting her hair down and bare minerals, Ms Kaif looks stunning as ever. Watch the video below: ALSO READ: Rumoured Couple Katrina Kaif And Vicky Kaushal Fuel Dating Rumours With Last Night's Meeting; What’s Cooking? – PICS
Talking about the wedding, Daniel tied the knot a few days ago to his partner Tyrone Braganza. Daniel and Tyrone’s marriage took place in Goa as per the Hindu ceremonies which included mehendi, haldi with baraat and saat phere.
Meanwhile, Katrina will be next seen in Sooryavanshi along with Akshay Kumar. The film is helmed by Rohit Shetty and is scheduled to hit the big screens in March 2020.
Image source: Instagram/ katrinakaif/ celebritiespage2
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