Tanushree Dutta takes the Don’t Rush Challenge but her body transformation grabs eyeballs; watch video

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The Don’t Rush Challenge has taken the internet by storm. From celebrities to the common people, everyone is taking his challenge on social media. Bollywood celebs like Vicky Kaushal, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Amyra Dastur among others also took up the challenge. The latest to join the bandwagon is Tanushree Dutta. Well, Tanushree has taken this viral challenge to show her drastic physical transformation.

She took to her Instagram handle to share a reel where she is seen dancing to the Don’t Rush remix. She can be seen in a bottle-green mini dress that has lace detailing at the back. In the video, she is seen walking down the stairs, while dancing to Young T & Bugsey’s track. She shared the video without a caption.

Check out the video here.

Fans are amazed to see Tanushree’s transformation. They filled her comments section with lots of messages. While some wrote “amazing”, some called her “gorgeous”.

Check out some of the comments here.

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fans comments on tanushree's video
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fans comments on tanushree's video
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From her physical transformation, it is clear that Tanushree is all geared up for her comeback. In November 2020, she wrote a long Instagram post where she announced her comeback. She wrote that she wants to explore her artistic career again. So, she is giving her acting career another shot over her secured and prestigious IT job with the US Government. “I have a lot of goodwill in Bollywood and Mumbai so I came back to India and will stay here for sometime and will work on some interesting projects,” she wrote in her post.

Here’s the post.

In 2018, Tanushree grabbed the headlines for being the torchbearer of India’s #MeToo movement. She had accused her co-actor Nana Patekar of harassing her on the sets of Horn Ok Pleassss that released in 2008.

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