Photos: Internet just discovered Disha Patani's old photoshoot, and it is difficult to recognise her

Watch these old pictures of Disha Patani from her younger days and we bet you'll start loving her more.

Bollywood’s recent favourite Disha Patani is killing it with her great looks and amazing acting skills. In addition to that, she is a brilliant dancer and constantly continues to stun her fans by posting sizzling Instagram pictures and videos.

Just recently, Disha’s fan page posted her old pictures from her first photo shoot days and you are sure to get mesmerised and awed on how far she has come. She looks completely different and gives you some glimpses of different avatar of the beauty.

Disha is known to have won million hearts after debuting in Neeraj Pandey directed M.S Dhoni: The Untold Story where she portrayed the role Dhoni’s girlfriend Priyanka. Her work has been appreciated by many stars and directors and she is a huge hit among her fans. Disha has also featured opposite actor Tiger Shroff in a music video and has also starred in Jackie Chan’s Kung Fu Yoga.

The actress enjoys a huge fan following of 4.6 million followers and satiates her fans with short clips of her super cool and cute dance moves. As soon as her old photos surfaced they are taking the internet by storm. Disha can be seen wearing colourful traditional saris and looks very ethnic, quite different from her current avatar.

Here are the photos:

Disha Patani

Disha Patani

Disha Patani

Disha Patani

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