Recalling his home, he shared some happy memories of Punjab
The beautiful and extremely talented Avneet Kaur has gained a lot of popularity with her breathtaking avatar of Yasmin in Sony SAB’s Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga. Avneet is a Punjabi kudi. Hailing from Jalandhar, Punjab, Sultana Yasmin has continued to climb success in the dream city of Mumbai.
Avneet is currently living with her family in her home in Mumbai and she is eagerly waiting for the shooting to resume. On the other hand, she is also missing her home town. The queen of all hearts is remembering the beauty of her hometown, praising her Punjabi roots.
Talking about the beauty of her hometown and the mouth-watering dishes, Avneet says, “There are so many things to love from Punjab but I like this place because of its people. They are really loving, kind and helpful. Punjab’s delicious food cannot be bothered, dishes are made to bring mouth water to every house and no matter who you are going to, Punjabi will not let you go without eating. I like and miss the fields of Punjab very much because it gives an experience of being fresh. Whenever I go to my hometown, I definitely go to the farm and get lost in the freshness there. Another thing that I miss is the delicious street food of Punjab. Many times I remember the steaming hot Chole-Bhature and Gol Gappas of Punjab. ”
Talking about his Punjabi roots, Avneet said, “I really like doing bhangra. Whenever my father and I are in a party, we get together and snort a lot. ”
Avneet is also missing the fun of the set. They said, “I am reminded of all my fellow actors and the fun that is being done during the shoot. I never thought about it, I am also reminded of the prank that Siddhartha used on me which I always fell prey to. Ever since we did the first show together, he has been pranking me. The best thing to happen during the shoot was to have lunch with my dad, Siddharth, his mother and the whole team. I hope we do all this again when the shooting starts again. ”
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