Rakul Preet Singh once stated in her Instagram that her being involved in films is no coincidence as she has always been filmy. Of course, she also shared an adorable picture of herself as kiddo wearing extra big sunglasses from her childhood. Well, filmy is not the only thing that she has majored in but being a stunner offscreen is also one of her talents as an adult! Although the actress is a known face in Tollywood, she has not limited herself to the Telugu film industry. Much recently, she received her big Bollywood break thanks to her role opposite Ajay Devgn in De De Pyaar De, which garnered good reviews and did well at the box office. Clearly, she is good at whatever work she takes up. The diva continues to stun her fans by sharing pictures of herself not just rocking gorgeous ensembles but also being as real as possible. We simply cannot get over how stunning Rakul Preet looks in all her pictures, be it as a beach bum or as a fashionista or as a fitness enthusiast. Did we get your attention with all these terminologies? Sky above , sand below ,peace within!!
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Rakul Preet Singh born 10 October is an Indian film actress and model who predominantly works in the Telugu and Tamil film industries. She started career as a model while in college, during which she also made her acting debut in the Kannada film Gilli She subsequently opted to become a full-time actress, making her Telugu debut in Keratam the same year and her Tamil debut in Thadaiyara Thaakka , the following year. In she also made her Bollywood debut in Yaariyan in which her performance was better received. She was part of the commercially successful films like Venkatadri Express , Current Theega , Rough , Loukyam , Kick 2 , Sarrainodu , Nannaku Prematho , Dhruva , Spyder and Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru and established herself as the leading actress in Telugu Cinema.
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