Marathi superstar Swwapnil Joshi has always been a style icon for his male fans. The actor frequently sets new fashion goals and trends with his amazing new looks on his social media handles. Doing the same thing again, the actor set a new trend in winter fashion with his colorful casual look in his latest photoshoot.
Sparking colors in the winter, the actor looked cool being styled in a colorful shirt paired with sky blue chinos. His new casual look became one of the trending looks, as the actor flaunted it in style.
The theme of this picture also looks amazing, as it perfectly suited his street fashion look. The actor listening to songs while wearing headphones also gave it a funky touch. His look was on point as always, but it got enhanced more as he wore the black loafers on it. All the girls went crazy over his charms in this picture. And, especially his caption made them go crazy as he said “Listening to Wo ladki hai kaha ? ”.
Besides this, his caption has another meaning to it. As mentioned in his previous posts, the actor has currently collaborated with the shopping brand Shop With Ti. They’re conducting an online modeling competition named Dream Girl. Through this competition, the brand is searching for their new face, a model who’ll get a chance to a photoshoot for the brand. And, a deserving contestant will get a chance to be cast opposite Swwapnil in a music video. This news has made the girls go wild, as everyone wants a chance to work with this superstar. So, if you also want a chance to work with Swwapnil, check out the following post for details.
Meanwhile, on the work front, the actor has currently joined the team of famous Marathi comedy show Chala Hawa Yeu Dya, appearing as a permanent guest. On the other hand, he’ll soon be meeting fans with his most awaited thriller web series, Samantar 2.'
Image source: Instagram/ swwapnil_joshi
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