'Naagin 4' Actress Nia Sharma's Silver Lehenga Got Burnt In Diwali 2019 Party Catching Fire From A Diya, Narrates Story With The Pic!
Nia Sharma who will next be seen in Ekta Kapoor's 'Naagin - Bhagya Ka Zehreela Khel' escaped a fire mishap at T-Series Diwali 2019 party when her silver lehenga caught fire from a diya
Nia's lehenga caught fire during Diwali party and she shares this with also the picture of her burnt lehenge on her Instagram page.
Nia took to Instagram stories to share details of her little mishap, revealing that her lehenga caught fire by a diya at the party. She did not sustain injuries thanks to the layers in her outfit. She shared a photograph of the burnt ensemble and said that she is still unsure of how she was saved from injury.
The actress wrote: "The power of a diya. Caught fire in a second! I got saved by the layers in my outfit or some guards you and protects you."
Nia Sharma shares the picture of her lehenge which got burnt at Diwali 2019 party
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One of the most stunning small screen actresses, Nia was last seen in Zee5 romantic thriller web series 'Jamai 2.0' opposite co-star from 'Jamai Raja', Ravi Dubey. Fans now eagerly await to see their favorite
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(With input from IANS)
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