WATCH: Move Over Men, Sushmita Sen's Viral #BottleCapChallenge Featuring Daughters And Rohman Shawl Cannot Be Missed!

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 Buzz around the Internet's viral #BottleCapChallenge refuses to die down. Recently, actress Sushmita Sen took up the challenge along with her two daughters and boyfriend, Rohman Shawl.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

 Buzz around the Internet's viral #BottleCapChallenge refuses to die down. Come another day and there are celebrities who are taking up the feat and giving it their own funny twist. Recently, Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen decided to take it up, but not without her daughters and boyfriend Rohman Shawl. Sen has been holidaying in Dubai, and she amazed fans by acing the challenge. 

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“Why should boys have all the fun!!!Renee, Alisah #yourstruly & @rohmanshawl all in#bottlecapchallenge #superfun #familytime #dubai #challengeaccepted. I love you guys!!! #familybottlecapchallenge,” she captioned the video.

Watch the video below: 

The Internet has hosted several online challenges in the past couple of years. After the 'Kiki Challenge' that took the internet by storm last year, the 'bottle cap challenge' has become the current sensation with celebrities around the world giving it a go. Recently, Donnie Yen shared a video of him performing the challenge on Instagram and proved that he is a pro both on and off the screen. 

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The challenge was first started by Akshay Kumar in Bollywood, soon after which other actors in the likes of Tiger Shroff and Kunal Kemmu performed the viral feat in their own quirky way. 

 

 

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