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Vidya Balan is having ‘pure joy’ on her Bali trip

Bali, June 12, 2019-

Actress Vidya Balan is giving vacation goals by sharing glimpses of her holiday in Bali.

Vidya on Tuesday took to Instagram and uploaded a few photographs of herself posing against the backdrop of serene beaches.

“Alive, happy…Fun in the sun…Pure joy,” the “Parineeta” actress captioned the images in which she is seen giving a wide laugh while playing with the waves.

For the beach look, Vidya wore a maroon printed dress sported with a pair of sunglasses.

Vidya’s beach look instantly grabbed the attention of social media followers including members of the film fraternity.

Actress Sonakshi Sinha commented: “Why didn’t you take me with you?”, while Priyanka Chopra wrote :”Stunner”.

On the work front, Vidya will next be seen on-screen in “Mission Mangal”.  (Agency)

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