Pollywood actress, Sargun Mehta - who is well-renowned for her gritty and impactful performances - has amplified her social media game in the wake of the coronavirus lockdown and given a glimpse of her jovial self which is winning the internet. From ‘Toxic’ to ‘Nach Nach’ and ‘Jitenge Hosle Naal’ the Punjabi heartthrob has featured in these three numbers which have gone viral during the nationwide lockdown.
On Thursday, the Pollywood hottie shared a series of vivacious and candid images and that is bound to lift your spirits during the testing times. The 'Qismat' actress is dolled up in a colourful strapped tank top teamed with faded blue denim pants which is just perfect for the scorching summer.
The 31-year-old actress is looking stunningly beautiful. It certainly seems she is in a happy headspace even during the lockdown, which can be extremely dull and boring at times.
In the pictures, she has the company of her doting husband, who is also an actor Ravi Dubey. The couple shares a series of mixed emotions in the multiple pictures. While they look all into each other in one of the pictures, in another, they look a little confused. Not long back, the power couple has featured in popular rapper Badshah’s latest track titled ‘Toxic’, which has been a raging hit among the fans, clocking 5.8 million views on YouTube within 50 hours of its release. Their latest pictures would surely come as a treat for fans, who are always looking forward to getting a glimpse of their favourite stars.
And during the lockdown, it could just be what the doctor ordered for. Not just Sargun, other top actors and celebrities are also taking to social media to not only keep their fans hooked but also take time out to interact with them. Some like Diljit Dosanjh is also flaunting their cooking skills, while some others have already made generous donations towards the COVID-19 relief fund and are also spreading awareness about the deadly virus.
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