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Kareena Kapoor shifts netizens’ ‘focus’ to her hot look

Mumbai, Aug 28, 2019-

Actress Kareena Kapoor on Wednesday got all eyes on her hot look.

For her dance reality show “Dance India Dance”, Kareena looked smoking hot in a smokey eye make-up and a dark blue off-shoulder dress with a green drape tied around her waist. She posted a few photos of the look on Instagram and captioned one of them: “Focus”.

Meanwhile, Kareena, who is one of the judges of the show, opened up about her first crush.

Kareena said: “My first crush was the hero of one my favourite films. I actually went to the theatre eight times to watch the film because of him and the songs of the film. This film’s song had become a rage and I am a little nervous to say this after so long – my first crush was Rahul Roy. Everyone was in love with him during his film ‘Aashiqui’.”  (Agency)

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