South sensation Nivetha Pethuraj, who last wowed fans with her electrifying performance alongside Allu Arjun in Ala Vaikunthapurramloo, has once set the headlines ringing. It all happened after a streak of her pictures from an old photoshoot emerged on social media and it’s completely the opposite of what how Nivetha is seen on the silver screen. Well, ditching her onscreen de-glam avatar, Nivetha looks every bit sensual as she poses alongside a luxurious car and those seductive expressions have caught everyone’s attention on Twitter!
The pictures see Nivetha decked in up a sports bra and loose grey pants, as she posed outdoors. Right from her perfectly-chiseled body and abs to those looks to die for, everything about these throwback pictures has got fans drooling. The actress had let her hair down for the day and was sporting funky black glares. One of the pictures saw her seated above the car and she infused a hell lot of swag. Well, for her, these might be some feel-good throwback pictures, considering the ongoing Coronavirus lockdown. *winks*
Opening up on her quarantine schedule, Nivetha, in a conversation with The Hindu, revealed that she has started painting and doing lots of yoga.
Check out her pictures below:
The actress was quoted as saying, “I’ve started painting again; it’s something I used to enjoy doing earlier and now I have the time to indulge in it. I’ve already posted a couple of my recent works on Instagram. Another interest of mine is yoga: in fact, I’ve always wanted to be a yoga teacher! So every evening, I’m doing a live on Instagram where I demonstrate basic poses — sun salutations — that even beginners can pick up. I’m making this a daily affair, and asking people to practise along with me. On the work front, there are two Telugu films currently stalled due to the lockdown, so here’s hoping things get sorted soon.”
image source: instagram/nivethapethuraj
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