Mouni Roy looks glamorous as she gives scintillating performance on ‘Leke Pehla Pehla Pyaar’ – WATCH

Actress Mouni Roy’s Instagram account is an onlooker’s delight. With glamorous photos and sizzling dance videos, Mouni often makes her fans go weak in the knees. Recently too, Mouni left her fan following asking for more after she shared a video clip showing off her killer moves and sexy figure performing to the classic hit track ‘Leke Pehla Pehla Pyaar’ originally picturised on late actor Shakila. 

Dressed in a black and silver lehenga, Mouni looked mesmerising as she gave a fabulous performance to a few lines of the track before ending the video. Her shimmery blouse featured a front knot and puffed sleeves, and she accessorised her look with bangles, mang tikka and had her hair styled in soft curls. Mouni flaunted her toned abs as she grooved with grace to the recreated version of the classic number. 

Take a look at Mouni’s irresistible look and stunning dance moves:

Like we mentioned, Mouni often takes to her Instagram handle to share photos and videos updating her fans about her personal and professional life. She recently took to her Instagram handle to wish her close friend Prateek Utekar on his birthday. Mouni shared a carousel of three videos featuring Pratik and herself, including a clip where they are rehearsing the song “Aithe Aa” from Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer ‘Bharat’.

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Before this, Mouni took the internet by storm after she dropped a dance video with her girl gang. In the video, Mouni was seen flaunting her toned figure in a blue sports bra and black leggings while her friend and she performed to the now-viral ‘Bachanpan Ka Pyaar’ version by Sahdev Dirdo. 

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Lately, Mouni has been also raising the temperature on Instagram with her sexy bikini photos. She shared a series of photos clad in beach-ready outfits including a few uber-glam bikinis in which she looked super hot and glamorous. 

On the work front, Mouni Roy will be next seen in Ayan Mukerji directed ‘Brahmastra’. 

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