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Kiara Advani to perform in the opening ceremony of WPL; Deets inside

Kiara will light up the Women’s Premier League opening ceremony stage with a blazing hot and eyeing-up performance.

Pritinanda Behera

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New Delhi: Kiara Advani has hit the headlines for a wide range of causes, both professional and personal. In the midst of all of this, it has been revealed that the Govinda Naam Mera leading lady is set to kick off the inaugural Women’s Premiere League on March 4 in Mumbai.

According to the reports, Kiara will light up the Women’s Premier League opening ceremony stage with a blazing hot and eyeing-up performance. She is highly probable to groove on ‘peppy tracks’ to draw in the crowd with her ‘incredible performance’. So far, however, there has been no concrete evidence of this.

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Kiara Advani was lately recognized as the ‘Star of the Year’ at the Showsha Reel Awards. This was in response to her excellent performances in movies such as Govinda Naam Mera, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Jugjugg Jeeyo, and Shershaah.

After receiving the honor, Kiara expressed gratitude to the viewers and the creators of her movies and said, “Good things take time and it has taken me eight years, or more actually. I’ve lost track. It took a long time for me to hear this title – Star of the Year. I’m seated among the shining stars in our industry, including producers, directors, and actors. I believe you will all agree with me that the viewer is what makes us celebrities. As a result, I must thank the viewers. “I am immensely thankful that the four movies in which I have been involved this year have received an abundance of love from the viewer.” The occasion was also joined by her actor-husband Sidharth Malhotra.

In the meantime, Kiara was most recently seen in Vicky Kaushal’s Govinda Naam Mera. She is actively working on Ram Charan’s film RC 15. She is additionally busy with Satyaprem Ki Katha, for which she is going to reunite with her Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 co-star Kartik Aarya.

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