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Sai Pallavi's old video dancing to 'Sheila Ki Jawani' goes viral
Photo courtesy: Sai Pallavi Instagram/Screenshot grab from YouTube

Sai Pallavi's old video dancing to 'Sheila Ki Jawani' goes viral

| @indiablooms | 19 Apr 2024, 01:22 pm

Actress Sai Pallavi's old video of her dancing to 'Sheila Ki Jawani', a popular track from Hindi film 'Tees Maar Khan', went viral on social media.

The video goes back to the days of Sai Pallavi's college days. She danced to the track in a college fest.

The song was set on fire with the dance moves by superstar Katrina Kaif in 'Tees Maar Khan', a 2010 film which co-starred Akshay Kumar in the lead.

On the work front, Sai Pallavi will next feature in 'Ramayana' co-starring Ranbir Kapoor and Sunny Deol.

While Ranbir will play Lord Ram, Sai Pallavi will feature as Sita and Sunny Deol as Hanuman.

In a big development for the film, popular Kannada actor Yash has joined hands with Nitesh Tiwari to co-produce the film.

The film is expected to release in Diwali 2025.

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