Former Bigg Boss contestant Sana Khan is currently enjoying the time of her life with her husband Anas Sayyad in Maldives.
Former Bigg Boss contestant Sana Khan is currently enjoying the time of her life with her husband Anas Sayyad in the Maldives.
The former actress dropped a bunch of pictures of herself from her dreamy vacation on Instagram. The pictures feature Sana soaking up the sun at the beach. Sana Khan can be seen striking different poses for the pictures.
In the caption of the post, she shared that the pictures have been clicked by Anas Saiyad. "Relaxing by the beach. And of course, Miya (husband) was exhausted by the beach," Sana Khan wrote in the caption of her post.
Sana also shared a few pictures on her Instagram story. She gave us a glimpse of her breakfast through her Instagram story. Among others, she shared a picture of herself enjoying some spaghetti on her Instagram story.
Sana Khan also shares videos from Maldives holiday with husband, screams 'mummy' when he pushes her swing too hard.
In the first video, Sana walked with a skip in her step at the port, holding Anas' arms. She wore a black and white burka and hijab in the video while Anas wore a plain white kurta pyjama with a white jacket.
"So finally, we got a chance to travel and guess where we are going? We have reached the first port, and everything is being done with all safety precautions and everything is up to the mark," she says in the video as she gets her documents checked at the post.
On the work front, Sana Khan has worked in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu films. She became a household name after she appeared as a contestant in the sixth season of the reality TV show Bigg Boss. Sana announced her exit from the entertainment industry in October last year citing religious reasons. News Desk
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