See pic: Smriti Irani, Bhumi Pednekar smile together in viral selfie

FPJ Web DeskUpdated:Tuesday, March 29, 2022, 06:29 PM IST
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Actor Bhumi Pednekar met Union Minister for Women and Child Development and former actor Smriti Irani on Tuesday. The duo shared smiles for a selfie together, posted by both Bhumi and Irani on their Instagram handles.

Just a few minutes ago, Smriti Irani posted the click and wrote, "is rare to find a gifted actor with a heart of gold … an adventurous creative soul who essays a variety of roles with elan and adds to our differentiated discourse… was an absolute pleasure to meet you … thank you for applying yourself so diligently to your craft"

However, early to share the smiling snap, Bhumi captioned, "@smritiiraniofficial loved meeting you today. More power to you ma'am for all the amazing work you're doing towards uplifting our gender, the children of our country and all compromised communities."

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