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Must see! Rakul Preet looks wickedly sexy in black

By Rediff Get Ahead
December 10, 2019 11:13 IST
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Rakul Preet Singh is FHM's cover girl for December. 

Photographs: Courtesy FHM/Instagram 

Sporting a black HUEMN turtleneck and dress by Shehla Khan, Rakul Preet Singh turns up the temperature on FHM's November-December 2019 cover.

She styled the look with ankle-length boots, poker straight hair and pink lips.

Clad in an all-black silhouette, the actor pretty much upped the glam quotient on the mag cover.

For her second look, below, she looked uber stylish in a black-and-white silhouette.

She stole our hearts in a bandeau top with a blazer and trousers.

'What I truly seek in a man is, genuineness, good sense of humour, drive and passion for life. He should also follow a healthy and disciplined lifestyle,' Rakul Preet shared as she spoke to the mag about the ideal partner.

'Unwinding is the most important part of my day,' she added.

'Yoga, working out and hanging out with my friends help me unwind. A great meal or reading also helps me relax after a long day.

Sharing details about how she chose acting as a career, she said, 'Acting for me happened all of a sudden when my mom suggested that I take part in the Miss India beauty pageant, and thereafter it all happened organically.

'Whether its Telugu, Tamil, Kannada or Hindi, I want to do good films and play different characters. But I really believe that whatever the industry or project might be, it all comes down to the people you work with. And, I’ve always been fortunate in that area.

'Failure does not intimidate me. Rather, it is a great teacher as you learn to respect, and value yourself, and your craft.

'I never set out by doubting myself whether things will work out for me professionally or not. I have always believed in myself, and my instincts.'

Scroll down to take a look at more pics from the cover shoot. 

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