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Aamna Sharif aka Kashish makes her first appearance post pregnancy (see pic)

Actress Aamna Sharif, who is popularly known for her role of ‘Kashish’ in Zee TV’s popular show ‘Kahin To Hoga’, is back in the limelight once again after she makes her first appearance post pregnancy.

India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: September 30, 2016 18:46 IST ]
Aamna Sharif aka Kashish makes her first appearance post
Aamna Sharif aka Kashish makes her first appearance post pregnancy

Actress Aamna Sharif, who is popularly known for her role of ‘Kashish’ in Zee TV’s popular show ‘Kahin To Hoga’, is back in the limelight once again after she makes her first appearance post pregnancy.

No, she isn’t coming up in any daily soap or a movie. Instead, it was a social media appearance.

Aamna along with her hubby Amit Kapoor, has made their debut on Instagram lately. The news was announced by Aamna’s best friend Mouni Roy by posting an adorable picture of the new mommy, her husband Amit, along with self on Instagram.

The ‘Naagin’ actress was seen wearing a black and white striped crop-top and plazo, while Aamna was complementing her in one piece dress of a similar pattern.

While this happens to be her first picture going public ever since she embraced motherhood, Aamna surely looks a yummy mummy flaunting her voluptuous figure and glowing skin.

Looks like the actress has got rid off her baby fat completely.

The diva has been missing from the screen post the birth of her baby boy last year, as she wanted to devote her entire time in upbringing her son. She was last seen in Shraddha Kapoor-Sidharth Malhotra starrer 2014 release ‘Ek Villain’, in which she played the role of antagonist Riteish Deshmukh’s wife Sulochna.

Aamna had married her long-term beau and producer Amit Kapoor in a lavish wedding in December 2013.

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