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Madhuri Dixit looks breathtaking in this Manish Malhotra sari; pics inside

Madhuri Dixit and ethnic wear go hand in hand; here's all the proof you need!

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
May 11, 2021 9:40:34 pm
madhuri dixit, madhuri dixit photos, madhuri dixit news latest, madhuri dixit sari style, latest sari designsMadhuri Dixit shared her latest look on Instagram. (Source: madhuridixitnene/Instagram)

If you are ever looking for inspiration to ace Indian wear, then turn to no one else but Madhuri Dixit. The actor knows how to keep it simple yet supremely elegant when it comes to fashion.

Madhuri often gives fashion inspiration with her looks on Instagram, but we are completely blown away by her latest look. Sharing a series of pictures captioned “Back on set 🎥”, Madhuri looked gorgeous as ever.

Take a look below.

The actor was styled by Shaleena Nathani. (Photo: madhuridixitnene/ Instagram)

Keeping it minimal, Madhuri was seen in a gorgeous dove grey sari from Manish Malhotra, which was styled by celebrity stylist Shaleena Nathani.

She kept it minimal with her choice of jewellery. (Photo: madhuridixitnene/ Instagram)

Adorned with sequins, the dazzling sari was paired with a half-sleeved blouse. It was accessorised with an eye-catching polki necklace with uncut diamonds and matching teardrop earrings.

We love her look! (Photo: madhuridixitnene/ Instagram)

For makeup, she kept it classic with a flawless base, smokey eyeliner, and nude lip colour. You can get her makeup look here. Everything was pulled together with a soft blowout.

What do you think about her look?

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