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Mouni Roy 's Bold Pictures On National Stock Exchange Handle

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Actress Mouni Roy is one of the hottest  star and she is very active  on  social media. And she always woo her fans with regular  posting her beautiful  and sensuous  pics on social media . But something  strange happened  on last Saturday which bring her into highlight.

Mouni Roy images came into limelight on Saturday for an Unexpected reasons. Pictures of her mistakenly shared on the official Twitter handle of the National Stock Exchange

The official Twitter handle of National Stock Exchange shared pictures of Mouni Roy on Saturday. It was due to a human error. NSE later deleted  the post and issued  an apology in this regard. It said,""Today there was an unwanted post on NSE handle at 12:25 p.m. It was a human error made by the agency handling NSE account and there was no hacking. Our sincere apologies to our followers for the inconvenience caused."

The post consist of pics of Mouny Roy's recent photoshoot. Mouni in a black top and metallic skirt. It went with the caption, "Soaring Saturday temperature high... @RoyMouni looks breathtaking' with hashtags like: #sexydiva #beautifuldiva #hotgirl #urbanasian etc.

Mouni is a social media sensation, whose pictures and videos often go viral. The actress slays the internet with her dazzling photos every now and then. On the movies front, she will seen in a prominent role in Brahmastra-Part I with Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor.  Working with Amitabh Bachchan in Brahmastra, Mouni had told Mumbai Mirror in an interview, "It was surreal. I was like this little puppy who was just excited to see him and didn’t know what to do and after giving a shot with him I could have happily died. Who would have imagined that a girl from Cooch Behar would be sharing the screen with Amitabh Bachchan.”

The wrong tweet had already  gone viral and users are cracking  jokes on it. Many users asked NSE in case if they want any new agency to manage social media account. 
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