Actress Harshita Gaur creates panic on social media with her beauty. Now she has become braless in front of the camera. She has got such a hot photoshoot done by opening the button of the coat, due to which the temperature of the internet has increased.
New Delhi: Actress Harshita Gaur made a lot of headlines for her work in the popular web series ‘Mirzapur’. In the series, she played the role of Dimpy, sister of Guddu Pandit (Ali Fazal), who is always seen in a salwar suit. But in real life, Harshita Gaur is quite bo*ld and raises the temperature of the internet with her beauty. Once again she has done something similar.
Harshita went braless in front of the camera
Harshita Gaur has shared her latest pictures in which she is looking hot. She is seen braless in the picture and has only covered her body with a coat. She is looking very bo*ld in a red color coat. She has tied her hair and has given such a pose in front of the camera, seeing that the senses of the fans have been blown away.
Fans liked the hot look
The actress has posted these pictures on Instagram account, on which people have fiercely given their reactions. In the comment section, a user wrote, Red is a hot spicy color. Another commented, looking great Uff. Someone commented, this is the reason for global warming. At the same time, another user wrote, You are very cool. In this way, the fans are praising Harshita Gaur fiercely.
Harshita has a huge fan following
It is known that Harshita Gaur is very active on social media and often shares her hot pictures. She has a strong fan following on Instagram. 848 thousand follow her. Millions of likes are found on every photo of her.
Popularity gained from Mirzapur series
Significantly, Harshita Gaur is a resident of Delhi. She was born in a doctor family. She has been a part of the youth based show ‘Sada Haq’ but she got the most popularity from the web series ‘Mirzapur’. She has appeared in ‘Sacred Games 2’. She played the role of Mary in the series. Apart from this, Harshita has also worked in music videos like ‘Rehne Do Zara’ and ‘Yeh Dil’.