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Watch: Shraddha Kapoor claims Bollywood’s hottest Haseena title in this video

Shraddha Kapoor may play a coy character every now and again in a large portion of her movies, however the performing artist wouldn't fret unleashing her dull side at whatever point she gets an open door. The on-screen character as of late shot for a magazine. Moving from one shocking outfit to other, Shraddha's kohl-fixed eyes are expressive and playing with the camera. Shraddha has shot for GQ magazine and the shoot video appears to have spilled. The video has surfaced on the web and fans are going gaga over Shraddha's new sultry, dim look. Wearing some exemplary dark, green and different hues, Shraddha showed certainty and balance amid this video. 

Shraddha was most recently seen in Half Girlfriend co-featuring Arjun Kapoor. Dissimilar to her on-screen picture of a straightforward young lady, Shraddha wears a hot symbol for this photograph shoot. Will it have something to do with her up and coming film Haseena: The Queen of Mumbai? The performing artist will play a dim character without precedent for her profession. Shraddha is playing black market wear Dawood Ibrahim's infamous sister Haseena Parker in the film. The performing artist has gone de-glitz for this character and it would appear that a takeoff from her past parts. Shraddha as of late imparted an authentic sentimental shot to performer Ankur Bhatia on her Instagram. The performing artist was as of late in Pune to shoot for a few segments of the film. 

"Shraddha spent Tuesday canning her parts, which incorporate a court succession at Deccan College and a theater in the region that were cordoned off for the shoot. The school has been changed over into a court for the shoot. At the point when Shraddha was educated that the shoot is going on in Pune, she was eager to go by street as she has affectionate recollections of the city. As a kid, she would frequently go to the city by street to visit her late maternal grandparents who lived there," Deccan Chronicle announced. 

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