Sari not sorry: Taapsee Pannu is redefining ways to wear a six-yard wonder

taapsee pannu, taapsee pannu sari, saritaapsee pannu, taapsee pannu sari, sari From weave sari robe to sari with boots, she is creation a normal outfit demeanour smart and cool. (Source: nikitamhaisalkar, devs213/ Instagram)

Taapsee Pannu has not usually valid her eagerness in behaving though has also managed to stir us with her exquisite clarity of character on mixed occasions. From beautiful racial wears during a gratifying deteriorate to stylish casuals for film promotions and even a prohibited bikini for a repository cover, she is on a roll. With her latest film Judwaa 2 reigning during a box-office a actor is indeed carrying a time of her life.

Recently, a star reunited with her Pink co-star Amitabh Bachchan on a sets of a diversion show, Kaun Banega Crorepati, Season 9 and was seen slaying it in an radical outfit. Wearing a grey woollen weave sari from Nikita Mhaisalkar’s SERIF Festive 2017-18 collection, she looked stunning. We adore a smashing turn to a normal six-yard – a prolonged dress with a side cut and a prolonged sight draped from one shoulder that gives a feel of a pallu.

The stylish outfit brewed mutation into racial wear. Stylist Devki B, gave an corner to a staid garb with a silver, detailed tulle ‘Baadla’ skeevy.

Take a demeanour during her smart outfit here:

With unclothed make-up and hair orderly tied into a ponytail, her accessories were limited to a unclothed smallest with only large hoop earring, to let a quirky dress do all a talking. Adding a right volume of bling to her demeanour was a lead strappy sandals and a detailed work on her pallu border.

And it seems that a Baby singer is in adore with a ‘sari though no sari’ look. Prior to this, Pannu draped a pastel orange six-yards in  pant-style with monochrome separates — white silk palazzo and shimmery black silk crop-top, all from Urvashi Kaur’s latest collection.

Though a pant-style sari draping is not new, we adore how her stylist Devika B interconnected it with tan brownish-red leather boots and large Afghani Chandbalis by Ritika Sachdeva.

Which sari demeanour do we like more? Tell us in a comments below.

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