Celebrities have been very active on social media for the past week and most of them are promoting the act of social distancing and self-quarantine amid the Coronavirus outbreak. While most stars are either quarantined with their significant others or families, there are some celebs who are badly missing beaches, mountains and vacation. TV celeb Monalisa is phasing with the issue of self-quarantine as she badly misses beach holiday. Also Read - Bhojpuri Queens Rani Chatterjee, Monalisa Pose With Don Ravi Kishan in Throwback Photo

Recently, Monalisa shared a hot and sexy picture in black bikini from Dubai and mentioned in her caption, “Take Me Away…. #throwback #lovely #memories”. In the pic, Mona is seen wearing a bikini and chilling on a beach. She is posing in front of the Hotel Atlantis. Also Read - Monalisa Turns up The Heat in Sexy Golden Lehenga, See Photos

Monalisa is pretty active on social media and keeps her fans hooked with her latest posts. The actor, who is recently seen in Nazar 2, doesn’t care about the trolls. She has set the internet on fire as she sizzles in black bikini throwback pictures. Also Read - Bhojpuri Hot Bomb Monalisa Flaunts Her Midriff Abs as She Workout During Coronavirus Lockdown

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Take Me Away…. #throwback #lovely #memories

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For those who don’t know, Monalisa is famous in the Bhojpuri film industry. She made her debut in a film titled Bhole Shankar in 2008 and has worked in a number of films since then.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Monalisa is currently seen in Gul Khan’s show Nazar 2 where she is playing the role of an antagonist named Madhulika. Her show Nazar has come to an end and the makers have rolled out the second season of the show where the daayan Madhulika is even more powerful than Mohana and has the motive to kill her brother before he marries the devil.

Coming back to COVID-19, the entire film industry is taking safety measures as the death toll rises to over 8000 worldwide and 169 confirmed cases of infection are reported in India, including 25 cases of foreign nationals being infected and 14 cured cases.