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Nimrat Kaur Spots Shooting Star Across Mumbai Night Sky, Recalls Being 'too Stunned' By It

Bollywood actor Nimrat Kaur, last seen in the 2016 film 'Airlift', tweeted that she realised a shooting star in Mumbai had been, in itself, a wish come true

Nimrat Kaur

Bollywood actor Nimrat Kaur took to Twitter earlier on Sunday and spoke about a 'forever wish' that came true that evening. The 'Lunchbox' actor revealed that she spotted a shooting star across the Mumbai night sky as she lay on the rooftop on Sunday evening around 8:25 PM. She described herself as too stunned to believe that a sight like this was possible in the city that never sleeps.

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On Sunday, the actor also dedicated one of her social media posts to her mother to commemorate Mother's Day and shared a picture with her. Through her adorable post, she hailed her as her own 'first responder' for everything that she asks of her. Nimrat Kaur also wished 'all the incredible mamas of our mother earth' a happy Mother's Day through her tweet.

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Meanwhile, on the work front, Nimrat was last seen in the Akshay Kumar starrer historical drama film ''Airlift'' in the role of his wife. She also featured in the recently concluded eighth and final season of the American spy thriller drama series "Homeland" as Tasneem Qureishi. 

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