The extremely talented Dhvani Bhanushali is on a roll, both personally and professionally. At a considerably young age, Dhvani has managed to gain a massive fan-following because of her soothing voice behind a streak of chartbusters. As for her latest track Nayan, it has, unsurprisingly, opened to a phenomenal response and the millions of views on YouTube are proof. Well, Dhvani’s Instagram game, too, keeps her fans hooked. After recreating her fresher look from Nayan, the songstress has now channeled her inner Disney fan in a cute outfit.
The picture shared by Dhvani sees her posing in a white crop-top with prints of Mickey Mouse on it and a cute knot towards its end. She paired it with a mini black polka-dotted skirt and sneakers. Dhvani finished her look with a half ponytail and minimal makeup, not to miss those toned abs that were on display. Her caption read, “In a sweeter place with Mickey.” Well, her next outfit was even raunchier, a multi-coloured one-shouldered crop top with a high ponytail. However, an animated Winnie the Pooh on Dhvani’s shoulder caught our attention. “Winnie on Dhvani! #MyElf. I just had to,” she wrote. (ALSO READ - Dhvani Bhanushali Recreates The Sexy Fresher Look From Her Latest Chartbuster Nayan; Watch The Tutorial HERE)
Check out the pictures below:
Meanwhile, her latest song Nayan is a T-Series presentation and has been co-sung by Jubin Nautiyal. In an interview with TOI, Dhvani opened up on her first-ever outing of 2020. She said, “I was indoors, connecting with my family, spending time bettering my craft. I also wrote a few songs and when the lockdown was lifted, we shot Baby Girl in Goa. Then I started rehearsing for Nayan (which was released yesterday) and after it was shot I decided to come to Goa for a friend’s wedding. This is the first-ever holiday I have been on. I have been working throughout the pandemic.”
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