Ananya Panday is striving to end the year on a working note. The actress has been having a very hectic schedule. Ananya has been trying very hard to complete her work obligations. She has signed and shot for multiple films in the year.
However, the actress is now stationed in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ananya is there to shoot for her film Liger. With this film, the actress is all set to become the youngest Pan-India star.
Apart from juggling between sets and locations, Ananya seems to be having fun as well. The young actress took to social media to share pictures of herself riding a horse. Ananya Panday wore a yellow t-shirt with black pants. She completed her look with white shoes and a cowboy hat.
Additionally, Ananya’s other look was all about a purple t-shirt and a nice golfer’s hat. The actress can be seen petting the horse.
Ananya Panday is seen riding a horse
Furthermore, the actress also shared a picture with co-star Vijay Deverakonda. Both the actors are riding their own separate horses. Ananya also shared a funny caption, which read, “Howdy Rowdy @THEDEVERAKONDA”.
In addition, Liger producer Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions shared some BTS pictures. These pictures indicate that everyone is enjoying the company of boxing legend Mike Tyson. The world-famous Tyson started shooting for Puri Jagannadh’s sports action film Liger.
Mike Tyson to play a cameo in “Liger”
In the meantime, Karan Johar announced that Mike Tyson will play a cameo in the Ananya Panday-starrer. Sharing the pictures on Twitter, Dharma Productions wrote, “In between shoot and punches, the #Liger team along with @miketyson is all fun and smiles (sic)!”
Talking about Mike Tyson’s cameo in the film Liger, there is an important revelation. Interestingly, there can be glimpses of Mike Tyson’s infamous fight with Evander Holyfield. The 1997 fight between the duo is the most controversial in boxing history.
Meanwhile, Ananya Panday is set to be part of some really interesting projects. Her strong lineup includes Kho Gaye Hum Kahan, Shakun Batra’s untitled next, and Pan-India film Liger.