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Rakhi Sawant gets first shot for Covid vaccine

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Mumbai, June 16, 2021 (Agency) Actress and reality TV star Rakhi Sawant on Wednesday posted an Instagram video that show her getting her first shot of Covid-19 vaccine.

In the clip, she is seen singing a song while getting the jab.

“Ho gayi meri pehli dose! Ab wait karo meri new video ki (done with my first dose! Now wait for my new video): #DreamMeinEntry. Dhamaka Hain! #ComingSoon. #GirlsNightOut#[email protected][email protected],” Rakhi wrote as caption.

Rakhi was heard singing the number “Dream mein entry”, a music video she will soon be seen featuring in.

The actress recently started work on her upcoming web series called “Tawaif Bazaar-E-Husn”, directed by Marukh Mirza.Rakhi Sawant

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