Hema Malini's Graceful Dance On Hariyali Teej Earns Her Applause From Netizens

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Dressed in a royal pink lehenga Choli, the actress turned politician,Hema Malini looked ethereal as she danced to the tunes of a popular bhajan on the auspicious occasion of the Hariyali Teej.

Written By Richa Mukherjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

Dressed in a royal pink lehenga Choli, the actress turned politician, Hema Malini looked ethereal as she danced to the tunes of a popular bhajan on the occasion of the Hariyali Teej.

The 70-year-old veteran Bollywood actor and BJP MP from Mathura took the netizens by surprise as she danced gracefully in Sri Radha Raman Templein Vrindavan during the ‘Jhulan Utsav’  while she paid homage to the gods.

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Bollywood's 'Dreamgirl's' performance was highly appreciated by the netizens. Her poise and elegance was yet another display of the fact that age is just a number as pointed out by many of the Twitteratis.

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A Hindu festival celebrated in the month of, the Teej Hariyali holds special significance for the likes of women in the northern states of India predominantly Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand and Haryana.On this day, while married women pray to lord Shiva for their healthy married life, unmarried young women take this opportunity and perform the rites with a wish to attain a good husband.

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