Deepika Padukone speaks out opposite drop of Padmavati-inspired artwork
Priyanka Chopra looks her colourful best in a Balmain tutu and black heels
Transform into royal ‘Padmavati’ this festive season
If a new appearances of a Bollywood beauties are to go by, afterwards immature seems to be a ‘in-colour’ these days. From Sridevi to Neha Dhupia (while a former chose to make an coming in a gorgeous immature jumpsuit, a latter wore a layered decoration skirt), a stars seem to have taken utterly a fondness towards immature and a variations. Joining a joining are Deepika Padukone and Malaika Arora, who wore emerald immature numbers, interestingly, both by a luminary engineer Monisha Jaising.
The Padmavati actor chose to go for a lead glaze pantsuit with a plunging neckline though one demeanour during her and we would see roughly all going downhill from there. From a make-up to a run-down outfit with bell-bottomed pants, it is an unwelcome change from her differently considerable sartorial choices. Styled by Shaleena Nathani, Padukone chose to span her poison ivy lamé fit with true hair, pulled behind during a shutting of a MAMI Film Festival in Mumbai. She accessorised with Saint Laurent studded drop-earrings and bullion shoes. She chose to go for a bare lip-colour that unequivocally did not jelly good with her look.
While Padukone has progressing carried off Jaising outfits with most aplomb, this seemed weakly put together.
Arora, who has some-more mostly than not set temperatures mountainous with her conform choices, did not defect this time possibly as she chose to step out in an off-shouldered emerald immature series with retro-styled hair and pointy heels. With Saint Laurent earrings from Viange and bare Gianvito Rossi pumps. While it is formidable to lift off a colour since it could get too most on a eyes, with make-up complimenting her altogether appearance, Arora takes a cake here.
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