Last night's Diwali bash at Ekta Kapoor's place was a true Bollywood extravaganza. The guest list was basically a who's who of the industry – Ananya Panday, Kriti Sanon, Kiara Advani, Janhvi Kapoor, and it goes on and on. Now, let's dive into the real deal – who wore what? Let's kick off with the Thank You For Coming star Bhumi Pednekar. She didn't just wear a pink silk saree, she embodied Indian tradition with that classic seedha pallu style. The golden detailing on the borders was nothing less than pure elegance. Bhumi injected a dose of modern sass with a strappy blouse rocking a plunging neckline. Her open tresses were parted down the middle. Oh, and bling alert! Gold choker, dangler earrings, and a bracelet – Bhumi wasn't holding back. Let's now talk makeup magic – shimmery eyeshadow, rosy cheeks, nude lips, and perfectly arched brows sealed the deal on Bhumi Pednekar's Diwali party look.
Shifting our focus from one gorgeous diva to another. Wrapped in a green saree decked with golden tasselled borders, Disha Patani nailed the festive look. Neat pleats strategically placed at her shoulders put the spotlight on her toned midriff. The drama truly intensified with her bralette-style blouse.
Mouni Roy opted for an ivory lehenga set, making jaws drop with its breathtaking mirror work. She took the glam up a notch with gold and green jewellery, while her poker-straight hair was the perfect finishing touch to this show-stopping desi party look.
Shilpa Shetty made a style statement in a black anarkali kurta adorned with golden details at the bust and hemline. Elevating the game, she threw in an embellished jacket – a power move that deserves all the style accolades. Gold accessories were the finishing touch to her impeccable look.
Mrunal Thakur lit up the party in the most striking ensemble. Her lehenga skirt adorned with silver, green, and gold glitter was an absolute showstopper. A black full-sleeved blouse and a sheer dupatta rounded off her radiant look.
Shanaya Kapoor stepped into the scene wearing a gold lehenga set with vibrant sequin embellishments. Her understated jewellery and subtle glam perfectly wrapped up her desi avatar.
Embracing pastel perfection, Alaya Furniturewalla rocked an embroidered lehenga set. The cutout detailing at the back of her blouse infused edge to her look. Keeping it chic, the star relied on a potli bag as her sole accessory for this elegant ensemble
Which one of these festive looks inspired you to upgrade your ethnic wardrobe?