Kranti Redkar Looks Like A Siren Of Hotness In This Red Ethnic Ensemble

Kranti Redkar Wankhede can beat any new starlet in the industry with her youthful energy but her grace

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Kranti Redkar Looks Like A Siren Of Hotness In This Red Ethnic Ensemble
Kranti Redkar Wankhede is a diva in the Marathi entertainment industry. With an envious body, enigmatic smile and features worth falling in love, Kranti is a heartthrob of Marathi men for over a decade.

This timeless beauty recently shared a picture of her donning a red ethnic dress. The picture shared shows grace in simplicity. Kranti can beat any new starlet in the industry with her youthful energy but her grace also reflects wisdom from years of industry’s experience. She adorns herself in ethnic jewelry that complements her look.


Kranti posts,“#mehfil Monday - Tuesday 9.30 pm on @zeeyuva and Sunday 1 pm on @zeemarathiofficial Styled by @saileerajpure Makeup: @kranti_redkar Hair: #mohini”.

Best known for the Marathi song “Kombdi Palali” from the movie ‘Jantra’, Kranti Redkar is endeared in the Marathi entertainment industry. The diva has a huge fan following on her social media handles.

Kranti made her debut in the Marathi film industry with the movie ‘Sun Asavi Ashi’ in 2000. She was also a part of Prakash Jha’s ‘Gangaajal’, ‘Shahanpan Dega Deva’, ‘No Entry Pudhe Dhoka Aahey’, ‘Pipani’ and ‘Karaar’. Kranti made her directorial debut with the movie ‘Kanaan’ in 2014 featuring actors Jitendra Joshi and Urmila Kanitkar.

Kranti Redkar Wankhede is not only an actor or director but also a talented singer. She sang the song ‘Lootla’ from the film ‘Kiran Kulkarni vs Kiran Kulkarni’. She was last seen in ‘Rocky’ starring Sandeep Salve, Rahul Dev, Akshaya Uday Hindalkar, and many more. Directed by Bollywood's popular choreographer and director Ahmed Khan, it did well in the box office.


Image Source:-Instagram/kranti_redkar
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