Sushmita Sen Is Setting Fitness Goals. Here's Proof

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The ‘Main Hoon Na’ actress who has all of 3 million followers on the photo-sharing platform shared a picture of her perfectly sculpted back.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Former model and actress Sushmita Sen recently shared a stunning picture of herself on Instagram. The ‘Main Hoon Na’ actress who has all of 3 million followers on the photo-sharing platform shared a picture of her perfectly sculpted back. The 42-year-old former pageant winner is setting major fitness goals with this scintillating picture captioned, “ To see big results, we must focus on the small (muscle groups)” 😉😄👊💋#dimpledback #waves #trasformation#strength #hardwork #poise ❤️ love you guys!!!!💃🏻”.

The ‘Biwi No. 1’ actress seldom shies away from sharing impressive pictures of herself in the gym.

This fitness junkie who often divulges in cardio workouts is a known-master in Zumba and Pilates. Not too long ago, the actress shared a video of herself doing a ‘TRX’ workout captioned, “Goooood Morning!!!!😁💋❤️💃🏻 I love you guys, have an awesome day!!! #breathe #feel #aspire #inspire 👍😍#tuesdaymotivation #love 💃🏻🎵

The actress was crowned Miss Universe in 1994 and made her debut in Hindi cinema in 1996 with the popular film 'Dastak'. She is one of the most celebrated artists of all times and has starred in popular films such as 'Biwi No 1', 'Do Knot Disturb', 'Main Hoon Na' and 'Pyaar Kyun Kiya' to name a few.

On a related note, Bollywood newbie Nora Fatehi had recently recreated the magic of 'Dilbar' on the silver screen. The original version of the song from the Bollywood blockbuster 'Sirf Tum' featured Sushmita Sen. The 90's heartthrob took to Instagram to share a video of herself belly dancing. 

 

 

 

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