Monalisa Photo: Monalisa will rock Christmas and light up the stage while performing as “Laila.”

Monalisa Photo: Monalisa Pictures Outside of Bhojpuri cinema, Monalisa is currently creating waves in the TV industry. The actress is now killing it in comedic series and shows. The festive holiday season is about to begin, and Christmas bells are ringing. Antara Biswas, often known as Monalisa, is a social media sensation from the Bhojpuri language.

With hot new photos, the stunning beauty greeted her followers a Merry Christmas on Instagram. This Christmas, bring joy and happiness into the lives of others by sharing the love you have in your heart. The two women, Monalisa and her sister-in-law Riya Singh posed while looking absolutely stunning.

The latter was seen showing off her washboard abs in a knotted white crop top and red hot leggings while the former was sporting a red hot thigh-high split gown.

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Monalisa is currently having conversations about her brand-new comedy series, Favwara Chowk. Soon, the actress will be seen rocking the Christmas and New Year’s celebration episodes.

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In the special Dangal TV show, Monalisa appears as Laila and commands everyone to dance.

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The actress recently uploaded a Christmas outfit from a dance performance in which she can be seen donning a red crop top and a Thai slit skirt.

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Monalisa’s bright red lipstick in the viral photographs has the viewers’ hearts racing.

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The crimson veneer complements the golden embroidery work. Big, golden earrings are dangling from Monalisa’s ears.

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Monalisa also posted a photo of herself being carried by four young solid men during one of her stage performances.

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By the way, it must be acknowledged that Monalisa has pulled off more than one knockout posture in these photos by assuming the identity of Laila. You can once more share heartwarming sentiments with your loved ones during this celebration, which spreads love, caring, joy, smiles, friendship, and togetherness.

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