TV Actress Urvashi Dholakia Buys A Swanky New Car; Flaunts On Social Media!
The popular TV actress is currently seen on Nach Baliye 9 along with her ex boyfriend Anuj Sachdeva.
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Watch us #UrUj #urvashidholakia9 @apnanuj pour romance with a twist 😉 on stage this weekend 💃❤️ only on #nachbaliye9 @starplus @banijayasia #💕 thank u so much @jerrydsouza6486 for making me look like a doll 🥰🤗 : : : #comedancewithus #urvashidholakia9 #nach #music #dance #live #watlz #twists #thestageisset #groove #moves #
An elated Urvashi took to social media and shared a few pictures and videos of her new car while she was unveiling it, her sons too shared pics and videos of her mom posing with her jeep on their Instagram, check out below:
Urvashi posing with her new car
Urvashi cutting cake to celebrate
The actress received a bunch of roses from the staffs at the showroom
Urvashi after unveiling her new jeep at the showroom
On a related note, Urvashi became a household name with the portrayal of vamp Komolika in Ekta Kapoor's 'Kasauti Zindagii Kay'.
(Urvashi in Kasautii as Komolika)
Hina Khan played the new Komolika in the revamped version of the show which currently airs on Star Plus and features Parth Samthaan and Erica Fernandez playing the lead roles of Anurag Basu and Prerna Sharma respectively.
Shweta Tiwari and Cezanne Khan played the lead couple in the original show which was aired on Star Plus from 2001-2008.
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