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

Taapsee Pannu recently reunited with her Pink co-star Amitabh Bachchan on the sets of the game show, Kaun Banega Crorepati, Season 9 and she picked up the most interesting outfit for the occasion.

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published:October 28, 2017 10:21 pm
taapsee pannu, taapsee pannu sari, sari From knit sari gown to sari with boots, she is making the traditional outfit look trendy and cool. (Source: nikitamhaisalkar, devs213/ Instagram)

Taapsee Pannu has not only proved her mettle in acting but has also managed to impress us with her impeccable sense of style on multiple occasions. From gorgeous ethnic wears during the festive season to chic casuals for film promotions and even a hot bikini for a magazine cover, she is on a roll. With her latest film Judwaa 2 reigning at the box-office the actor is actually having the time of her life.

Recently, the star reunited with her Pink co-star Amitabh Bachchan on the sets of the game show, Kaun Banega Crorepati, Season 9 and was seen slaying it in an unconventional outfit. Wearing a grey woollen knit sari from Nikita Mhaisalkar’s SERIF Festive 2017-18 collection, she looked stunning. We love the wonderful twist to the traditional six-yard – a long dress with a side slit and a long train draped from one shoulder that gives the feel of a pallu.

The chic outfit brewed freshness into ethnic wear. Stylist Devki B, gave an edge to the sombre ensemble with a silver, embellished tulle ‘Baadla’ skeevy.

Take a look at her trendy outfit here:

With nude make-up and hair neatly tied into a ponytail, her accessories were restricted to a bare minimum with just big hoop earring, to let the quirky dress do all the talking. Adding the right amount of bling to her look was the metallic strappy sandals and the embellished work on her pallu border.

And it seems that the Baby actress is in love with the ‘sari but 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 the pant-style sari draping is not new, we love how her stylist Devika B paired it with tan brown leather boots and big Afghani Chandbalis by Ritika Sachdeva.

Which sari look do you like more? Tell us in the comments below.

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