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Catherine Zeta-Jones back in India, walks around Jaipur streets

The Hollywood star relived her time spent in the pink city Jaipur.

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Dec 06, 2019, 03.26 PM IST
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Hollywood couple Michael Douglas (2nd R)) and Catherine Zeta-Jones (L) were in India with their children Dylan Michael (2nd L) and Carys Zeta (R) on a family vacation in 2017.

Hollywood couple Michael Douglas (2nd R)) and Catherine Zeta-Jones (L) were in India with their children Dylan Michael (2nd L) and Carys Zeta (R) on a family vacation in 2017.

JAIPUR: Hollywood star Catherine Zeta-Jones relived her time spent in the pink city Jaipur by strolling down the same street which she visited back in 2017.

The 50-year-old actor posted a video on her official Instagram page, where is seen casually roaming around the city.

"On my way back to incredible India," she captioned the small clip.

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On my way back to incredible India ❤️

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This little guy is up to something📸

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The actor is in India with her husband Michael Douglas. They will attend a session in New Delhi on Saturday.

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