Little Things Star Mithila Palkar Looks Breathtaking In Her Sensuous New Photoshoot

Mithila Palkar shared her latest picture in a brown shirt dress and is sitting in a sensuous pose that dares you to take your eyes away from the screen.

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Little Things Star Mithila Palkar Looks Breathtaking In Her Sensuous New Photoshoot
Mithila Palkar has a great sense of style and you may definitely want to take notes from her in becoming a fashionista. Her casuals, classy traditional sarees or elegant evening gowns and mini dresses, the peculiar sense of style will definitely change your perspective towards her contemporary fashion. Mithila doesn’t shy from sharing every look, on her social media account, to flaunt her beauty so her fans can enjoy it! This is why she enjoys more than 2.1 million followers. 

Mithila Palkar shared her latest picture in a brown shirt dress and is sitting in a sensuous pose that dares you to take your eyes away from the screen. Mithila is a natural flirt with the camera. She is a diva in every sense. 



The lady can really rock some amazing contemporary looks with a dash of spunk and swag! 

With the immense success, she has gained in the past few years on projects like Katti Batti, Girl in The City, Little Things, Karwaan and Chopsticks, it is tough to believe that Mithila is only 26 years old! This young and talented artist makes us proud with her mature presence on Ted Talk India, Forbes India’s list of 30 under 30, and her recognition as on IMDB’s Breakout Star of the Month, June 2019.  

Mithila debuted her acting career in 2014 with ‘Majha Honeymoon’ a short film. She played a role in ‘Katti Batti’ as Imran Khan’s sister. Her Marathi hit ‘Muramba’ was a critically acclaimed success. Her popular web series ‘Girl In The City’, ‘Little Things’ and ‘Little Things 2’ made her popular among the youth.

Image Source: instagram/mipalkarofficial
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