Take A Look At Katrina Kaif's Smoking Hot Stills From Vogue Photoshoot!

Well, taking things further after her last post that featured her clad in a towel that was shot by ace photog Mario Testino we came across a few more images of Katrina in which she looks simply ravishing. Sushant Singh latest picture he strikes a sizzling pose as he bares his derriere, only half covered by a towel!

The photo will remind you of John Abraham from Dostana, in which he comes out of water in little trunks. His chiseled body in the picture is worth drooling over!

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Mario has earlier clicked several global celebrities like Britney Spears, Selena Gomes, Blake Lively, Kristen Stewart, Kendall Jenner and Cindey Crawford for his Towel Series. Even, Mario Testino has shared this picture of Sushant on his Instagram account saying, "TOWEL SERIES 136, SUSHANT SINGH RAJPUT". Well, Sushant worked with Mario for Vogue India cover shoot also, that too along with one of the hottest model Kendall Jenner. The images are dripping with sex appeal and seems like Sushant Singh is on his way to become the next worldwide poster boy for India!

On the professional front, Sushant is gearing up for his release "Raabta" with rumoured girlfriend Kriti Sanon. He is also working on Chanda Mama Door Ke, where he plays an astronaut. The film revolves around the first Indian who stepped on the moon.

UNESCO votes to condemn Israel's sovereignty in Jerusalem
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Sushant has been doing some incredible work as far as his film career is concerned.

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