Blowing aside our drowsy Sunday moods with a dash of freshness, Panipat star Kriti Sanon shared a hot and sexy picture of herself heralding the spring season and fans were in for a treat. Ditching her traditional avatar to give Spring a sultry welcome, Kriti shared the picture which is sure to add all the missing hues to your day. Also Read - Adipursh: Om Raut Talks About Saif Ali Khan And Prabhas' Transformation For The Role of Ravan And Ram
Taking to her Instagram handle, Kriti shared the picture featuring her in a pair of extremely tiny ripped denim shorts, teamed with a casual white tee, a baby pink cap and a pair of running shoes. Accessorising her look with a set of junk bracelets, Kriti left her beautiful tresses open as she held onto a bicycle with flower basket. Striking a sensuous pose for the camera, Kriti captioned the picture, “Spring is upon us, aren’t you glad? I am more excited about the amazing Spring styles from @ms.takenfashion ‘s Spring Summer collection. #mstakenfashion #makemoremistakes #styledbykriti #springsummer2020 (sic).” Also Read - Adipurush: Laxman aka Sunny Singh Learns Archery, Watches Ramayan to Get Mannerisms Right
On the professional front, actors Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Sanon have teamed up after Bareilly Ki Barfi for yet another light-hearted comedy by Dinesh Vijan‘s Maddock Films. The two actors are going to feature in Vijan’s yet-to-be-titled family drama that also stars Paresh Rawal and Dimple Kapadia in important roles.
The film is the story of a couple who adopt parents but things don’t turn the way they expected and the ‘adopted’ parents create havoc in their lives, so much so that their marriage also seems badly affected.The film is being directed by Abhishek Jain who has helmed successful Gujarati films and has also assisted many prominent Hindi film directors like Subhash Ghai, Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Ram Madhvani.
Apart from this, Kriti will be next seen in Mimi produced by Dinesh Vijan in association with Jio Studios. The film is based on a Marathi film Mala Aai Bhaaychy, which also won the National Award for Best Feature Film in Marathi in 2011.
Talking about the film Vijan said in a statement, “There’s a thrill in telling poignant stories and then there’s a thrill in telling ones that are based on true events. Mimi is one such tale. It explores a beautiful relationship between a woman who never wanted to be a mother and one who can’t wait to be one. What’s unexpected about the story is the humorous vein that runs through it and that’s what makes Mimi exciting.”