Haryanvi dancer Sapna Choudhary, who is known for her energetic performances, never misses grabbing eyeballs with her sartorial choices. She is an avid social media user who likes to engage with her fans by uploading pictures and videos. Earlier today, she took to Instagram to share her series of pictures from a recent event she attended. In the photos, The ‘Anarkali of Haryana’ is seen donning a gorgeous pastel pink saree teamed up with minimal jewellery, subtle makeup and red lipstick. The striking part about the pictures is the way she has wrapped the saree.

Sharing the post, she wrote, “keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.Outfit @nehasharma_store styled @styledbyamit makeover @ciaobellamakeovers photography @himanshubabbarphotography #interview #desiqueen #workholic #positivevibes #thaknamnahai.” (sic)

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Earlier, her video performing during a stage show has gone crazily viral o the internet. Dressed in a blue and golden salwar-suit, she flaunts her sexy thumkas on her popular tracks. She has accessorised her look with perfect makeup, Punjabi jutti, bangles and a sexy nose ring. In the video, Sapna can be seen dancing along with background dancers and crowd can be heard rooting for their favourite dancer. Teri Aakhya Ka Yo Kajal fame can be seen showcasing her killer dance on tracks such as Goli Chal Javegi, Kurti Dhili, Jalebi, Chetak among others.

Lately, Sapna Choudhary took to Instagram to share a series of pictures performing Bhangra along with Punjabi singer Daler Mahendi. Sapna looked like a total punjaban in the song with Daler Mehndi. She wore a green kameez with a skirt. For the song with Daler, she was seen in a multi-colour jacket with a yellow turban.

On the work front, Sapna has ventured into Marathi cinema as well. She is also set to entertain with the comedy web series Chachi Ram Ram that features Shikha Raghav, Neelam Attri, Karan Mirza, Jaggs Minor, Soni Attri, and Joginder Kundu. The project is produced by Jyoti Mishra and written by Aamin Barodi.