Just Pics Of Nushrratt Bharuccha Chilling In The 'Middle Of Nowhere'

Nushrratt Bharuccha shared this photo. (Image courtesy: nushrrattbharuccha)

Highlights

  • The actress shared a bunch of pics of herself on Monday
  • “Doing my thing,” she wrote
  • “Random pit stop,” she added

New Delhi:

Nushrratt Bharuccha is on a road trip that looks like it has been etched out of a sappy rom-com. With images of the blue sky and glorious sunsets, the actress has been keeping fans updated about her time in Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas. Now, Nushrratt Bharuccha has added another set of pictures to her travel diaries and we have to say they look straight out of a series of holiday postcards. In the pictures, Nushrratt is seen standing atop a giant rock with the blue sky in the background and rays of sunshine peeking through. Wearing an oversized shirt dress, Nushrratt takes in the ambience with her hands outstretched in the images.

Sharing the pictures, Nushrratt Bharuccha wrote, “Doing my thing right there in the middle of nowhere! Always!” and added the hashtag, “Random pit stop”.

Fans could not get enough of the pictures and showered her with heart emojis.

Sitting on a high rock, looking at the city below seems to be Nushrratt Bharuccha’s favourite pastime while she is in Chanderi. Recently, the actress shared a bunch of selfies and images that give us a view of the beautiful locale. Sharing the post, Nushrratt wrote, “Photo dump of the day! Chanderi vibe!”

We even saw another set of pictures from Chanderi, where Nushrratt is seen facing what appears to be a waterbody. Posting the image, the actress declared, “Picture perfect.”

Reacting to the post, designer and actress Sonaakshi Raaj Merani asked, “Wow where and who clicked?” To this, Nushrratt said, “Too pretty na? This is Chanderi…my stylist clicked.”

Here’s another set of images from Nushrratt’s Chanderi diaries. Take a look.

On the work front, Nushrratt Bharuccha was last seen in Ajeeb Daastaans. She will be seen in a bunch of films including Chhorii, Hurdang, Ram Setu, and Janhit Mein Jaari.

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