First PHOTOS of the actress as she unveils figurine with family
Kajal Aggarwal becomes one of the actresses from the Indian Film industry to get her wax statue carved by the prestigious Madame Tussauds Singapore. She is the latest entrant to the family of having a wax statue and Kajal looks super excited and proud about it. The Indian 2 actress unveiled her wax statue today, on February 5, 2020, along with her family and the first photos from the event are out. To be noted, she is the first female actor from the south Indian film industry to get a wax figure. One can see in the first photos, Kajal Aggarwal looking all happy as she poses with the figurine.
For the grand launch event, Kajal picked stunning pink jumpsuit and finished out her look with soft open hair curls while her wax statue looks absolutely gorgeous dressed in a shimmery one-sided gown. Meanwhile, the photos and videos of Kajal posing with the wax statue have surfaced on social media. The actress is at the event along with her parents and sister Nisha Aggarwal. Check out the first photos below and let u know your thoughts on the same.
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