She knows how to make heads turn and all of her pictures are proof. After watching these pictures, you won't mind staring at her without blinking your eyelids.
Ankita Lokhande became a household name with her daily soap produced by Ekta Kapoor 'Pavitra Rishta'. The show ran for many years and Ankita played the sweet docile demure lady in it. The actress' glamorous looks and acting chops bagged her many accolades and her fans have been eagerly waiting to see her on big screen. In one of the interviews, she mentioned that she was offered one of the Sanjay Leela Bhansali movies, however that actress denied it. But fans as you all know, the actress is all set to make her debut in big screen and like how! She will be seen as Jhalkari Bai in Kangana Ranaut's Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. She will be playing Rani Laxmi Bai's right hand and her looks from the movie left us floored. But before her silver screen debut, the actress did a photoshoot and boy-oh-boy, she nailed it.
She looked every bit royal and regal in her latest photoshoot and indeed our excitements are heightened. From the peach coloured ensemble to the gorgeous jewellery, Ankita's looks are simple yet stunning. She knows how to make heads turn and all of her pictures are proof. After watching these pictures, you won't mind staring at her without blinking your eyelids.
The actress is currently shooting for Manikarnika. Speaking about her equation with Kangana and how she has been a constant motivating factor, she said, “She’s sweet with me like she is with everyone else on the sets. We’ve practised together and she has helped me many times and also appreciated my scenes and dancing skills. When you are new and someone like Kangana supports you, it really means a lot.” Though her role is of a supporting cast yet she has no qualms about it as it a good character and it will test her acting skills.
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