Happy Birthday, Disha Patani: Celebrating her 27th birthday with these flawless pictures

Happy Birthday Disha Patani, Bharat's Favourite Actress@27

Happy Birthday Disha Patani, Bharat's Favourite Actress@27

Her alleged boyfriend Tiger Shroff was present at the party as well. She was seen beaming in many pictures. One user commented in social media, "Tiger Zinda hai kya?" She was in news for being spotted with Aditya Thackeray. "As far as my meals are concerned, lunch is usually a mix of carbs and proteins-usually rice and chicken-and dinner is mostly a protein rich meal, like a bowl of eggs".

While Disha clarified her stand that she did not choose friends on the basis of gender and that it was fairly common to have friends from the opposite sex, she added that being under the radar in this profession is a given.

Disha also agrees that the actors are constantly under the radar. On the off chance that individuals misconceive, I don't care much. "I focus only on work". Now, I've done this film Bharat where I'm doing all these stunts and I thought maybe he'll get impressed but no luck. Also, I'm very impatient and sitting in one place for long is not my thing. Disha was recently seen in Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat which did exceptionally well at the BO. "It's fine. She makes me look good; she's such a good-looking girl!" Disha revealed she is now busy shooting for Malang.

Sania Mirza slams 'cringeworthy' TV ads ahead of India-Pakistan tie
While Pakistani broadcaster released a 33-second video which mocks IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman who was captured in the country. He is heard repeating the pilot's lines from the video that was released by Pakistan defence forces after Abhinandan's capture.

In an interaction with the DNA, Disha Patani had talked about her birthday plans and said that she feels she is "too old" to celebrate.

Disha said she would keep her birthday as a quiet affair and head for a dinner party with her friends.

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