Please do not disturb, Bhumi Pednekar. She is busy looking back on her amazing vacation in Mexico. Bhumi, her sister Samiksha Pednekar and their friends had fun. How are we sure of this? Bhumi’s latest update is proof. The actress has shared a montage from her time in “paradise”. From lounging by the beach to enjoying lip-smackingly delicious spreads, the clip is everything amazing. Along with the video, Bhumi wrote, “Take me back.” To the hashtag, she added “paradise” and “Mexico.” Her outfits will give you holiday wardrobe goals. Be it a coordinating set for the beach or an orange ensemble for a pool outing, Bhumi nailed all the looks. In the comments section of her post, celebrities and fans expressed their wishes to visit Mexico soon. Actress Tisca Chopra commented: “Next on my list.” See Bhumi Pednekar’s post here:
Bhumi Pednekar was in Tulum. The montage of throwback clips isn’t the only update she’s shared from her vacation. Earlier, the actress posted a lot of pictures and videos of herself enjoying every moment at the beach destination where she welcomed the New Year. The caption on her Jan. 6 post read: “My year so far … Tulum, vacay.” Rhea Kapoor, who was impressed with Bhumi Pednekar’s sartorial choice, commented, “Give us the Tulum lookbook!” while Orhan Awatramani stated the obvious, “Beauty is Bhumi.”
This New Year, Bhumi Pednekar wished her fans with a photo album summarizing a chapter of her holiday diaries.
In terms of work, Bhumi Pednekar had a few releases last year. She was first seen in Badhaai Do alongside Rajkummar Rao, followed by her film with Akshay Kumar, titled Raksha Bandhan. Her last film in 2022 was Govinda Naam Mera, in which she starred alongside Vicky Kaushal and Kiara Advani. On the last day of December, the actress shared a clip featuring excerpts from her three releases. The video also featured glimpses of Bhumi from award functions. “Grateful,” she wrote in the caption.
Bhumi Pednekar will next be seen in films such as Lady Killer and Bheed.
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