Kasautii Zindagii Kay star Parth Samthaan doesn’t need any introduction. His presence on the small screen as well as on the social media platforms instantly lits up his audience, won’t be wrong to say his female audience. Though a day late to wish his social media pals and fans, a happy Republic Day, his fans just can’t get over his hot bod he flaunts in the picture. Possibly a picture from one of his getaways, has him sporting grey bottoms, and going shirtless with his hand pointing out towards the sky with Indian flag next to him.
Though we can’t see his face, it is enough for his fans to see his well-chiselled back, with those muscular cuts, definitely making his fans go head over heels for him. He captioned the image as, “And I am back ..(literally)Happy republic #jaihind.” While his fans had red hearts and flames in the comment section, the funniest comment came from his fitness trainer. Yogesh Bhateja poking fun at Parth wrote in his comment how Parth is just looking for opportunities to flaunts his muscles, further he complimented the actor and on the closure note took the credit for Parth’s smoking hot physique. ALSO READ: Erica Fernandes-Parth Samthaan Are Back In Each Other’s Arms; Couple Ready To Give Their Relationship Another Chance- EXCLUSIVE
Yogesh Bhateja, celebrity fitness trainer comment read, “Kabhi nahi sudharega ye ladka, Zara si body bani nahi Chale dikhane anyways looking good, All Credit goes to me” ALSO READ: Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu Teaser: Parth Samthaan To Shed Off The Lover-Boy Mask And Set To Play A ‘Gangster’
Parth has been riding high in his career with his ongoing TV show Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2, meanwhile, he also geared up for his digital debut with the series titled, Mein Hero Bol Raha Hoon. ALSO READ: Kasautii Zindagii Kay Star Parth Samthaan Became A Chain Smoker For His Digital Debut- More Deets Inside
Image Source: Instagram/the_parthsamthaan
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