Malaika Arora poses in an off-shoulder kaftan dress, Farah Khan calls her ‘Kameeniii’

New Delhi: Bollywood’s sexiest actress Malaika Arora never disappoints her fans with her stunning and hot pictures. On the special day of Holi, Malaika raised the temperatures in a colorful outfit by ace designer Mandira Wirk.  She took to her official Instagram account and shared the sultry photo in order to wish her fans ‘Happy Holi’. The caption simply read, “HAPPY HOLI.” In the picture, she can be seen dressed in a multi-colored off-shoulder kaftan dress which had a splash of floral prints in reds, pinks, greens and blues. The actress completed her look with nude radiant makeup with defined brows and red lips.

As soon as she shared the pictures, fans bombarded the comment section with heart and fire emojis. One of the users wrote, “Uff.. so pretty..”. Farah Khan Kunder, who is Malaika’s best friend, calls her Kameeniii for being so hot. The filmmaker also adds fire emoji. 

Malaika Arora is one of the fittest actors in the industry. She keeps herself fit and flaunts a hot bod at the age of 47. Earlier the actress shared a sexy monochrome picture of herself flaunting her curves as she wished her fans ‘happy Holi’ in advance. Sharing the sexy photo, Malaika wrote, “Blending into the weekend! Wish you all a Happy Holi in advance! Stay safe everybody! Stay home, everybody!”

Malaika also shared a bold picture of herself in a black swimsuit. She can be seen dressed in a backless black monokini which she has teamed up by throwing over an asymmetrical beige top. She accessorized her look with a brown leather belt and she has styled her hair in loose curls. She captioned the Instagram post, “Beach bum.”

Meanwhile, on the work front, the diva was last seen judging a reality show India’s Best Dancer alongside Geeta Kapoor and Terence Lewis that aired in 2020. She is best known for her songs such as Chaiya Chaiya, Munni Badnaam Hui, Anarkali Disco Chali, and Hello Hello among many others.

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