Despite being 39-years-old, Riya Seen looks like a gorgeous woman in her twenties and has maintained her figure all throughout the years.
Riya Sen, is every cameraman’s delight as almost all her pictures turn out to be strikingly well as the 39-year-old actress evokes a sense of beauty, hotness and poise from every angle.
From being a darling teenager in several music videos in the late 90s and early 2000’s, to starring in Bollywood movies as the leading lady and modelling and walking the ramp at several fashion shows, Riya has donned many hats since more than two decades entertaining her fans in many avatars.
The model turned actress, has surprisingly maintained the same figure throughout her career and despite being 39, she looks like a woman in her mid-twenties. Riya seems to have never aged and her latest Instagram pictures is living proof of that.
From strutting her stunning body to flaunting her toned legs, the actress has mesmerized her fans with her oomph and glam.
The truth is, if you go back to her early days pictures and compare it with today, she looks almost the same with little or no difference and we guess Riya is the only Bollywood actress who is blessed with such natural and timeless beauty. We’re sure even when she turns 50, she’d still look like a gorgeous woman in her twenties.
On the work front, Riya Sen is currently seen in the web series Pati Patni Aur Woh which is aired in MX Player and plays the role of a newly married woman named Rimjhim. The storyline revolves around a light-hearted and funny old school romance which is not shown in movies today.
Talking about starring in web series, Riya Sen revealed that women have better opportunities to express themselves and sharpen their acting skills.
She said, “In web, women have more opportunities to play different characters. In Kolkata, I’ve played varied characters, but in Mumbai I think what worked was these big Bollywood movies which had a fixed formula. In web, there are so many different characters to play because there’s no censorship and you can show a story as it is,” she said to the Indian Express.