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Poonam Dhillon Performs

Actor Poonam Dhillon along with TV actor Aasif Sheikh enacted their roles in the new Hindi play U TURN (adapted from original Marathi super-hit play) at Manik Sabhagrih, Bandra (W) on August 26. Their act conveyed utter finesse and lucidly through the characters the two played – that of a couple who had fallen out in their relationship and were trying to give it a second chance after lot of unwitting sequences. In order to support Dhillon, many of her celeb friends turned up to watch her play. Some of the celebs who were spotted at the play included Shatrughan Sinha with wife Poonam Sinha and the Kolhapure sisters Padmini, Tejaswini and Shinvangi.

 

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