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Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha visits Jaipur National University, Jaipur


Bollywood star in the Pink City:

Bollywood actress Ms. Sonakshi Sinha was in the Jaipur city on Wednesday, August 24, 2016.

Visit to the Jaipur National University:

On this occasion, the actress visited the Jaipur National University (JNU) that’s nestled in Jagatpura.

Excitement and fervor amongst the university students and staff:

 Visiting the university premises created a buzz and a vibrant and an excited atmosphere amongst the university students and professors.

Crowd cheer, singing songs and more:

As the actress stepped onto the stage, the crowd consisting of the students cheered and roared in unison to welcome her.
In return, Ms. Sinha hummed a song and won over the hearts of the students. Ms. Sonakshi Sinha shared her Bollywood experience and talked about her movies.

Actress impressed with the enduring will of the students-standing and waiting in the rainfall for her:

Sonakshi was highly daunted with the undying spirit of the students who were waiting to meet her despite there being heavy rainfall taking place.
She expressed that it’s heartwarming to see that the crowd was standing there to see her and listen to her.

Rainfall

A sweet memory given by the students-promises to carry it forward:

She promised to carry forward and talk about this experience and impression of the JNU students and their sporty spirit towards her.

University Chancellor wished good luck to the actress for her Bollywood career:

The chancellor of the Jaipur National University (JNU) Dr. Sandeep Bakshi wished success to Ms. Sonakshi Sinha for her career in the future.

Actress praises the quality education and discipline of the Jaipur National University (JNU):

Sonakshi Sinha praised about the high level and quality of education at the University and also commended about the discipline there.

 

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