Sonalee Kulkarni's New Look Tells You Why Double Buns Are Better Than One

Sonalee Kulkarni has recently started a new trend for the double bun hairstyle

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Sonalee Kulkarni's New Look Tells You Why Double Buns Are Better Than One
Sonalee Kulkarni has recently started a new trend for short and brunette hair, which looks vibrant on her fair and luscious personality. As she flaunts the beautiful shade of her, her recent post starts yet another hair trend! The actress is wearing a double bun with so much grace and elegance in this ravishing hot light brown dress. 

The actress is currently judging the season of Yuva Dancing Queen alongside Mayur Vaidya, the Marathi dance guru. She is a judge of the art of dancing for the 12 dancing queens who are competing for the title of Yuva Dancing Queen. Along with being famous for the right coaching, Sonalee has also created quite a buzz, due to her breathtaking beauty. 


Sonalee’s wrap-around gown with an asymmetrical hem and her on-point makeup just complement her look in the double hair bun!

On the work front, for those wondering what is Sonalee going to do next, we will see her soon in films Hemant Dhome’s upcoming film Jhimma. Sonalee has revealed this news last year on her social media by posting the teaser of the film. By the looks of it, Jhimma is a fun, contemporary blockbuster. Produced by Ameya Khopkar Entertainment and Chalchitra Company this film is being directed by Ye Re Ye Re Paisa – 2 director and former actor, Hemant Dhome. 

Hemant and Sonalee were seen working together recently in Hemant’s directorial debut Baghtos Kay Mujra Kar. A part of this film was also shot in London and now fans can’t wait to see this talented duo again with Jhimma and the power-packed star cast of Siddharth Chandekar, Suhas Joshi, Nirmiti Sawant, Suchitra Bandekar, Kshitee Jog, Sayali Sanjeev and Mrinmayee Godbole.


Image Source:- Instagram/sonalee18588
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