Shehnaaz Gill wears traditional attire in Kashmir.
Sakeena Banday, Gulf Today
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Shehnaaz Kaur Gill, who has been winning hearts, enjoys the picturesque snowy view in Kashmir.
The 28-year-old-actor is seen sharing hilarious videos on Instagram donning Kashmiri traditional outfit.
Shehnaaz is an Indian actress, model and singer who works in television and films.
Gill shared a series of her pictures on social media all dressed in a typical traditional attire in Kashmir.
In the photos, Gill is seen posing with different expressions while flaunting her dress.
She was seen donning a salwar kamiz with a dupatta clinched to her waist and draping it in kaftan style.
She flaunted her ‘Kullu Topi’, a traditional cap with sequin hangings covering her forehead.
Soon after Shehnaaz posted the pictures, her Instagram was swamped with love and admiration from her legion of fans.
Her brother Shehbaz Badesha also commented on her photos which reads, “Beautiful like heaven.”
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