Actress Deepti Sati flies over Goa waves

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The Mumbai beauty Deepti Sati, who impressed Malayali audience with a sterling performance in the film 'Neena' was in enjoying a vacation in Goa with her friends.

Deepti's fans are going gaga over the photos of her at a Goa beach in a sky blue bikini and a transparent wraparound, sporting a pair of round-framed sunglasses and copper-shaded hair let loose to the sea breeze. Her fans can barely believe that it is the same Deepti who appeared with shoulder-length hair in 'Neena.'

While her last outing in a Malayalam film – 'Driving License' – came after a gap of more than two years of 'Lavakusha' in 2017, Deepti is active in other language films. She was criticized for appearing in a bikini in the Marathi film 'Lucky.' Deepti finds nothing wrong in appearing that way if the character so demands.

Deepti loves adventures and carries a passion for bike rides. She used the Goan sojourn this time to try flyboarding, an adventure water sport that is slowly gaining foothold in India. Invented in 2012 by the French watercraft rider Frnaky Zapata, flyboarding has a rider standing on a board connected by a long hose to a watercraft. Water is forced under pressure to a pair of boots with jet nozzles underneath which provide thrust for the rider to fly up to 15 meters in the air or to dive headlong into the water up to 2.5 meters below the surface. A video of Deepti screaming on the waves while flyboarding is a hit on her Instagram.

The fly boarding facilities are available at Baina Beach in Goa. The charges are about Rs 2500 per person. Websites like goatravelactivities.com have online booking options.

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