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Jasmin Bhasin and Aly Goni are seen together in Dubai.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
The beautiful actress Jasmin Bhasin enjoys her time holidaying with Aly Goni in Dubai.
The duo were seen in Big Boss reality television show together.
Jasmin took to her social media account to share glimpses of herself in the Dubai desert with Aly as well as pictures of herself in La Mer, Dubai.
Fans love the duo’s pictures that were shared on their social media accounts.
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