Fatima Sana Shaikh Just Declared Her Love For This Street Food!

Fatima Sana Shaikh is currently shooting for her next flick 'Thugs of Hindostan' that also stars Amitabh Bachcha, Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif. Fatima shared a picture of her dahi puri last night, declaring her love for it.

NDTV Food  |  Updated: February 22, 2018 17:49 IST

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Fatima Sana Shaikh Just Declared Her Love For This Street Food!
Highlights
  • Fatima Sana Shaikh is prepping for 'Thugs of Hindostan'.
  • The Dangal actor seemingly had a cheat day yesterday.
  • Fatima declared her love for popular Mumbai dish dahi puri.
Fatima Sana Shaikh, who became a household name last year, due to her debut in Dangal with Aamir Khan, has been in the news for her upcoming flick Thugs Of Hindostan, which also stars Katrina Kaif. The film also stars Amitabh Bachchan in a lead role. This is just her second Bollywood project and she is busy preparing for her role. We often see her sharing workout videos and pictures from the gym on her social media pages. She is reportedly going to flaunt a 'badass' character in the movie and hers is going to be one among the three lead roles, the other two being those of Mr. Bachchan and Mr. Khan.

But everyone is allowed to have cheat days, right? That's what we're guessing Fatima had last night when she shared a picture of a popular street food on her Instagram story. She also wrote, 'dahi puri, meri jaan'. Have a look! (Also Read: Street Food of India: The Happy Family of Gol Gappas, Paani Puris and the Phuchkas of India)

dahi puri

Doesn't it look delicious? For the uninitiated, dahi puri is a popular Indian street food typically eaten in the state of Maharashtra. The dish is made from hollow and crunchy semolina or wheat pillows called puris or gol gappe as they are called in some parts of India. The chaat dish comprises of the puri that has a hole on top and is stuffed with a spicy potato or chana masala filling called ragda locally.

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The filled puris are then topped with curd, spicy mint chutney and sweet tamarind chutney. The dish is finished up with crunchy besan sev or small fried noodle-like fritters that are also individually enjoyed as a tea-time snack across India. Oh and not to forget the chopped coriander that comes right on top, to add a unique flavor to the dish! Keep indulging your taste buds Fatima!



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