As we all know that Navratri is celebrated to worship the avatars of Durga Maa, we have also been following a colour code to celebrate the festival. Each colour represents some special quality and values which we are supposed to nurture. Today is the sixth day of the nine-day festival, as we worship Goddess Katyayani. It's time for some grey. The grey symbolises the balance of emotions and aims at keeping people grounded. The colour also signifies the destruction of evil. So as we are all planning to keep it grey today, let's go down the memory lane to look at the Bollywood celebs slaying the greys effortlessly.
Mrunal Thakur wore a stunning lehenga from couture label Jayanti Reddy for Sitaramam promotions. The embroidered grey lehenga had delicate work with a beautiful flare. Mrunal teamed it with a short-sleeved grey choli which featured a plunging neckline. She carried an embroidered grey dupatta with the outfit and made a stellar case. The actor kept it simple as she picked a choker necklace with the outfit.
Mouni Roy chose a grey outfit which was simple yet chic. The full-sleeved kurta featured a golden embroidery at the sides and at the neckline. The kurta had a subtle flare to it. The actor left her mane loose and opted for minimal rosy makeup with smokey eyes.
Madhuri Dixit dazzled in a sparkly saree in grey and we simply cannot get over her look. The sequined scintillating drape was from Manish Malhotra's label and looked stunning on the beauty. She paired the saree with a short-sleeved blouse in similar shade and opted for a studded choker necklace as the only accessory. The actor's glamorous makeup with shimmer and pink lip tint was equally swoon-worthy.
Kiara Advani was yet another Bollywood diva who embraced grey. The actor walked the ramp for Manish Malhotra in a gorgeous grey lehenga which featured strappy sleeves, a plunging neckline and cutout detailing at the midriff region. The dramatic trail which followed from Kiara's shoulder added a stylish edge to the outfit.
Sonali Bendre graced our Instagram feeds in a stunning silk kurta in grey with gold zari work and motifs. The actor teamed the outfit which was from designer label Kshitij Jalori with a pair of straight fit pants and carried a heavily embroidered dupatta in dark grey and maroon with the outfit. The actor accessorised the look with a pair of dangling earrings and golden mojaris.
So are you all set to wear the glamorous grey for the day?Comments