Actor Krystle D’Souza is one of the popular stars in the telly world. She is pretty active on social media, sharing her life anecdotes with her fans and followers. Speaking of which, she recently had a lunch date with a special someone. Considering the actors are pretty reserved when it comes to flaunting their love life, Krystle, on the other hand, was pretty open about her lunch date with that special one. Okay, before you guys start drawing some bizarre conclusions, let us tell you that D’Souza went on a lunch date with her little pooch. She recently took to her Instagram stories and shared an adorable picture of her pet who is seen relishing the food cheerfully.
She backed the photo by saying ‘Lunch date’ followed by a brown heart emoji. Krystle recently shared her single titled, Ek Bewafaa which is a recreation of the original iconic track 'Ek Bewafaa Hai' which featured Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor. She was starred opposite Akshay Kharodia who shared his happiness on getting an opportunity to work with a magnanimous label and a song that is already a cult. The Pandya Store star said to SpotboyE.com, “I was very excited to work with tips, I got a call from the casting director, that they have been following my work and they want to work with me. We discussed the song, I thought the song was very classy and soothing to the ears. Sameer Bhai the singer of the song is incredible and has done justice to the song.”
Meanwhile, on the professional front, the actor will also be featuring in Chehre alongside Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi. Krystle is super excited about the film. Reportedly, Krystle D'Souza who played the protagonist in the first season of Brahmarakshas might feature in the second season but this time around, it is not going to be a full-fledged role but a cameo. She will be part of Brahmarakshas 2 for one or two episodes.
Image source: Instagram/ krystledsouza
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