Bollywood actresses Huma Qureshi and Sonakshi Sinha engaged in a enjoyable banter on-line on Saturday. The Dabangg actress retains giving a sneak peek into her private life to followers by updating posts on her social media along with her household and associates. Now, Sonakshi posted photographs from a restaurant in Goa, the place she dropped by with a pal. Huma observed Sonakshi’s pigtail buns within the picture and commented on the Instagram put up: “Did you copy my hairstyle… Chor.”
Replying to Huma, Sonakshi replied: “Show copyright.”
Posting the image of her Goa journey, Sonakshi wrote, “If you’re in GOA head over to @tamil_table… had such an amazing time meeting my college friend @sachatheshopkeeper and her husband Kartik who are the proud owners of this beautiful place!!! Amazing food and the vibe is just magical.”
Actor Gulshan Devaiah joined the dialog and wrote: “She’s been raving about you a lot lately.”
In one other put up — a video of her skipping – Sonakshi inspired followers to take up the train as a exercise. “No gym no problem! SKIP. (Not the workout),” she captioned it.
In her newest Instagram put up, Sonakshi additionally shared that she is a ‘midnight snacker.’ In an intriguing video on Instagram, the actor was seen grabbing her favorite snacks from the kitchen. In the video, she conceal behind a kitchen shelf as she saved her favorite snacks on the desk. Following that, the ‘Holiday’ star, who’s sporting a black hoodie, peeped into the digicam and fill her arms with delicious snacks and walked away.
She captioned the put up as,” Busteddd!!!Haan haan mein midnight snacker hoon… bilkul aapki tarah. (Yes, I’m a midnight snacker, just like you).” She added in Hindi together with laughing emoticons, “the difference is you guys don’t create an Instagram reel out of it.”
Sonakshi is at the moment gearing up for her subsequent launch, “Bhuj: The Pride Of India”, co-starring Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sharad Kelkar, Ammy Virk, Pranitha Subhash and Nora Fatehi. The movie is about in opposition to the backdrop of the 1971 Indo-Pak warfare.
(With IANS inputs)