Kriti Sanon was recently spotted attending a Diwali event wearing a printed ensemble by designer Punit Balana. Styled by Sukriti Grover of The Style Cell, although the dress was pretty, we think it looked more like a flowy dress, which seemed too casual to be worn to a Diwali party. The full-sleeved dress had tassel detailing and the actress paired it with statement earrings and gold jutis.
The Bareilly Ki Barfi actress nailed the look though. Make-up artist Adrian Jacobs opted for neutral make-up, red lips and smokey eyes while celebrity hairstylist gave her a centre-parted hair. Not to be forgotten, the small bindi definitely added grace to her look.
Vidya Balan’s traditional looks have hardly ever failed to impress us. Wearing a customised ajrak printed sari from the house of Punit Balana, the actress was seen promoting her upcoming film Tumhari Sulu. As usual, the diva looked breathtakingly beautiful in a navy blue printed sari paired with a black blouse.
Styled by the celebrity stylist duo Pranay Jaitly and Shounak Amonkar, Balan finished her look with earrings from Sangeeta Boochra and a golden statement ring from Magic mirror. Hairstylist Sanky Evrus gave her centre-parted hair and she kept her make-up minimal with pink lips and kholed eyes. Take a look:
Spotted at Arpita Khan’s Diwali bash in Mumbai, Huma Qureshi was seen wearing a Aditi Somani anarkali suit. The mint green anarkali had a high neck detailing and she paired it with a Chanderi dupatta. But the anarkali failed to work wonders for the actress and we think the colour combination too looked quite dull on her. Keeping her hair side parted, she completed the look with traditional earrings, a gold box clutch and golden juttis.
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