Though she did not communicate with anyone, it is conjectured she came to seek blessings for her film to be released on Aug 15.
Dressed in black suit and black dupatta, she tried hard to conceal her identity, but within minutes, everyone got to know of her presence.
Locals said she came early from Delhi taking the Yamuna Expressway, and after her 30-minute stay at the shrine, she left after "Chadarposhi".
The shrine at Fatehpur Sikri, the abandoned, fortified capital complex of Mughal emperor Akbar, has been a favourite with cine stars and politicians who regularly come to seek the blessings for their projects. It is 35 km from Agra city.
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