Haryanvi sizzling dancer Sapna Choudhary’s stage performances are loved by her fans. Her shows have a massive crowd who dance along with her and hoot to her thumkas. This time again, her another video is going viral. In the video, she flaunts her latke jhatke on popular Haryanvi song Bol Tere Mithe Mithe. Not only this, but she also gets a tough competition from a man in the crowd. As the entire crowd sit on the floor and enjoy her performance, it is just this man who stands up and dances along with Sapna. The video will definitely leave you in splits.

Haryanvi Bombshell Sapna Choudhary  Grooves to Randeep Hooda’s Kharch Karod, Watch Her Dance

Haryanvi Bombshell Sapna Choudhary Grooves to Randeep Hooda’s Kharch Karod, Watch Her Dance

The video has garnered more than 9,000 views in just a few hours and still counting. Sapna is seen wearing a red and golden salwar-kurti. She has paired her looks with red lipstick, subtle makeup and studded earrings.

Currently, the Haryanvi sensation is in Patna for her another stage show. Lately, a fan page of her’s has shared a video where is seen grooving to the tunes of Randeep Hooda’s song Kharch Karod from the film Laal Rang.

A few days back, while travelling to Patna, Sapna made a video where she winked just like Priya Prakash Varrier. The video is trending on social media.

Watch her video here:

Sapna was known for her dancing in Haryana. She became a household name after entering the Bigg Boss house. People got to see her real side and she was loved for being genuine. During the show, she performed well in tasks and many Bollywood stars praised her impeccable dancing skills. Sapna was considered as one of the toughest contestants of Bigg Boss 11. However, she couldn’t win the show. After coming out, she underwent a drastic makeover.

The dancer also ventured into the Bhojpuri cinema and featured in a song titled Mere Samne Aake for Ravi Kishan starrer Bairi Kangana 2. She has also shared the stage with Bhojpuri stars like Manoj Tiwari and Khesari Lal Yadav during her shows.