Shehnaaz Gill is winning hearts on the internet and has managed to garner a huge fan base, even after Bigg Boss 13. Gill entertained the audience with her antics on the controversial show and is among one of the most-loved and popular contestants from season 13 of Bigg Boss. As the actress keeps fans hooked with her interesting pictures and intriguing captions, Shehnaaz Gill gives fans a glimpse of her new urban chick look and shares some gyaan with her fans on what does ‘being cool’ mean in reality.
On Instagram, the Bigg Boss 13 fame shared a picture of her from her latest photoshoot. Sharing the picture, Sana wrote, “Being cool is when you win, you don’t get too happy ;) and when you lose, you don’t get too mad..So .. what do you think of my new look ... urban chic? N cool enough ?.” Shehnaaz explained to her fans how ‘being cool’ is when you win something you desire and do not get too happy, and when you lose something, but do not get too mad about it.
Asking fans how they like her new urban chick look, Shehnaaz Gill shared the picture and went on to pop another question at fans, asking them whether she looks cool enough. Speaking of the picture, Sana is spotted dressed in a cool sky blue top paired perfectly with a red scarf around her neck. In the picture, Shehnaaz strikes a sassy pose flaunting her sharp collar bones in the of-shouldered top. With a minimalistic make-up look, the Bigg Boss 13 fame has her hair styled in a ponytail and brings elegance to the picture with her beauty.
Meanwhile, Shehnaaz Gill is enjoying her days in the city and making the most out of it. She recently shared pictures of herself and mentioned how she is enjoying the beautiful and pleasant monsoon weather in the city. Also Read: Shehnaaz Gill's Cutest Instagram Pictures That Will Make You Fall In Love With Her All Over Again
Image source: Instagram/ Shehnaaz Gill
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