- Kirti shared a photo of herself relaxing by the pool
- He also added crying emojis to the image.
- One user commented “kill”
Kirti Kulhari remembers her days by the pool and in a bikini. The 35-year-old actress on Tuesday released the main summer vibes on her Instagram profile with a photo of herself in the pool. In the picture, which appears to be a throwback, Kirti Kulhari can be seen enjoying her time in the pool. Sharing the image, Kirti captioned it: “It looks like it’s going to be a while before I can do this again.” It seems that Kirti lacks the pool, just like we do. He also added the sad and tearful emoticons to his post. Have a look:
Kirti’s post was flooded with comments from her fans in no time. One user wrote “kill”, while several users placed love smilies on their photo.
Previously, Kirti shared a message about the “bikini body” on her Instagram profile. the Pink The actress shared a photo of herself from her vacation in Turkey and wrote, “Everyone who chooses to wear a bikini already has the body,” adding the hashtag “Every body is a bikini.”
Kirti Kulhari is best known for her roles in movies like Pink, Shaitaan, Uri: The Surgical Strike, Mission Mangal and Indu Sarkar. Kirti was last seen on the Amazon Prime web series Four more shots please where she played the role of a divorced lawyer.
Previously, in a The humans of BombayKirti wrote about her journey from a strict home to Bollywood. She wrote: “Not being from anywhere close to the film industry, I knew it would be difficult for them to understand. So I sat them down and asked them to give me two years. I would give it my all and if I discovered myself, I would keep that To my surprise, Daddy became my advocate while everyone else had their doubts. My brothers thought he was just giving in to my ‘whim’, but he asked me to try everything I had. ” Kirti made her Bollywood debut with the comedy film Atish Kapadia Khichdi: the movie in 2010.
Kirti Kulhari to be seen soon in Ribhu Dasgupta’s thriller The girl on the train, starring Parineeti Chopra. The film is based on the book of the same name by Paula Hawkins.