We all know that Disha Patani trains and she trains hard to get those perfect stunts and dance moves on screen. Known for a perfectly toned body, she leaves the fans to ogle over her with her beauty and the training sessions she shares on social media. After acing the backflip, now she is practicing the butterfly kick and the video will make you wonder how can she do it so with such perfection. In the video shared by her on Instagram, she can be seen practicing the butterfly kick during her latest training session. Dressed in a white sleeveless top and black lowers, she has teamed up her look with no makeup and a messy ponytail.

The clip is going viral on the internet and has already fetched over one million views. Sharing the video, she captioned it, “Miss training, trying to learn the butterfly (B) kick, still long way to go.”

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Miss training, trying to learn the butterfly (B) kick , still long way to go 😬💪🏽

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She has been in the headlines for her latest song ‘Slow Motion’ from Salman Khan’s film Bharat. Her yellow saree look and killer dance moves have been appreciated by the audience.

Earlier, she has shared her pictures in Calvin Klein briefs. Dressed in a white crop top and black net briefs, she teamed up her look with denim and makeup. In the picture, she strikes a pose on a chair and looks her sexiest best, as always. In one picture, she can be seen flaunting her bare back while in other she can be seen posing sensuously for the click. Sharing the post, she wrote, “Don’t forget to swipe left! #MyCalvins @calvinklein.”(sic)

 
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Don’t forget to swipe left! 😋 #MyCalvins @calvinklein

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On the work front, she will be next seen in Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat. Sharing her experience, she said, “Salman Sir is an amazing person to work with and I am so fortunate that at such an early stage of my career I got to work with such a big megastar. He is very helpful, very grounded and such a lovely person. You can learn so much from him. We were having night shoots I remember for Bharat and I used to look at him and would be amazed to see his energy. I usually used to die thinking of night shoots because I am not a night person, but he was there every night, dancing, and I don’t think it is an easy job. I used to be so inspired seeing his energy and positive vibes on sets. At this age and stage of his career, he is as excited as he would have been when he started”.