TikTok sensation Avneet Kaur is currently playing the role of Princess Yasmine in Aladdin - Naam Toh Suna Hoga opposite, Siddharth Nigam who said to be her boyfriend. Just recently, both the stars who are pretty famous on TikTok have made their relationship insta official after they have fallen in love with each other while shooting for the show. After making it public, Siddharth and Avneet are constantly putting their TikTok videos and pictures together, painting the social media red with their adorable PDA. Just like in the show, Sid and Avneet's pair has become quite hit among the viewers and fans on social media as well.
However, we are not here to talk about them, but to tell you that Avneet did something really interesting and productive at the same time during her lockdown phase. That’s right. As PM Modi has declared a 21 days lockdown nationwide, Avneet has plenty of time to kill. Having said that, the actress decided to give a makeover to her room and must say, she made her room lively and beautiful. Her room not looks cosy and pretty but also motivates you to not to leave your house and just in time of coronavirus outbreak, this seems like a good plan. Check out the pictures here.
With a makeover, Avneet took to her Instagram profile and shared a series of pictures where we can see how beautifully she has rearranged the decor of her bedroom and we can't stop admiring it. From decorating the walls of her room with lovely dream catchers, organizing her dressing table, to arranging her books and arranging tassels at the head of the bed, Avneet made her room a better place. Don’t you agree?
While sharing these pictures on her feed, she wrote in her caption section, “Swipe left to see how I changed my room yesterday! Do you guys like it??? Major help @sonianandra #Quarentine #RoomDecor #QuarentineAndChill #Room #Tumblr #Lights #MyRoom”
Image source: Instagram/ avneetkaur_13
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