New Delhi: Shama Sikander often sets internet on fire with her steamy pictures. From hot bikini clad pool pictures to seminude cosy bedroom clicks, she keeps teasing her fans with the best of visuals. On Saturday, she shared a picture of herself wrapped in a faux fur wherein she could be seen lying in the sofa as she intensely gazed in the camera with her kohl filled eyes. As expected, fans have clearly been bowled over by Sama’s pic as they took to comment section to lavish her with praises. In just 2-hour of being dropped, the pic has garnered over 30,000 likes.
While the picture in itself was enough to garner all the limelight, Sama’s caption has also left people in thoughts. She captioned the picture with Rumi’s quote that read “We are stars wrapped in skin. The Light you are seeking has always been within….”
The Yeh Meri Life Hai star had earlier shared an alluring picture dressed in a leopard printed monokini paired with an off white overcoat. “The wind breathes lonely, longing to be seen. Sometimes the soul has days like these….,” she had captioned the picture with yet another thoughtful quote.
Earlier, Shama had posted yet another sizzling picture lying in the boat which was stranded in the midst of crystal clear water. “Saadgi to dekho un nazro ki, humse bachne ki koshish mein baar baar hume hi dekhti hai….,” she captioned the pic.
Shama shot to fame with television serial Yeh Meri Life Hai and took over the OTT world with film Sexaholic and mini-series Maaya: Slave of Her Desires. She got engaged to her long-time boyfriend James Milliron in 2015. In an interview with Etimes, she had opened up about her love story as she said, ‘’ He is someone who doesn’t complicate life and make a big deal out of everything. He has always loved me without any fear and has been straightforward in expressing it. I have been with a lot of complicated people before. Nowadays, marriage is over-rated — both getting married and not getting married. And here’s a man who sees ‘marriage’ just as it is, no terms and conditions attached.’’