Sonakshi Sinha Strikes A Sun-Kissed Pose In Her 'Parked Car', Reminiscing The Days Without Coronavirus

Salena Harshini |Apr 27, 2020

Sonakshi Sinha also made a hilarious caption alongside her pretty picture. Read details inside.

Recently, Sonakshi Sinha has made fans’ eyes wide open with a stunning picture on Instagram. The photo was beautiful yet has a hilarious caption which is quite relatable to many when the lockdown order has yet been lifted.

The actress was trying to feel a bit of her normal life as she sat in her parked car and posed for a selfie. In the picture, Sonakshi Sinha can be seen sporting a white T-shirt and sunglasses. She looks absolutely stunning in the sunlight and the note on her caption was what made in even more like-worthy:

"Quarantine day 34: sat in my (parked) car today just to remember what it feels like A#sundayselfie."

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Sonakshi mesmerizes fans with an ethereal yet hysterical post

Previously, she also criticized those who abandon their pets because of the misleading concept that they contract or spread coronavirus. Sonakshi Sinha said those people should instead abandon their inhumanity.

During the urgent panic situation caused by the spread of COVID-19, reports of people casting their pets off have been broiling around. However, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organisation (WHO) have both denied such claims.

>>> Also Read: Claiming Pets Can Spread COVID-19, Noida Residents Are Attacking Animal Feeders And Pet Owners

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Sonakshi Sinha has been vocal about problems risen amid the nationwide lockdown

On the professional front, Sonakshi  Sinha’s latest appearance was in the third part of Salman Khan movie Dabangg 3.

The actress will be seen next in the action drama Bhuj: The Pride of India, starring Ajay Devgn, Sharad Kelkar, Sanjay Dutt, Pranitha Subhash and Ammy Virk.

She is going to be next seen in a new promising movie project alongside a stellar cast

The movie set is the incident in the 1971 Indo-Pak war where 300 women lent a hand to Vijay Karnik, who works as a pilot of the Indian Air Force, in reconstructing the destroyed airbase Bhuj, Gujarat.


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