Common people like us can be easily spotted dripping in sweat, tears and so on but no harm aspiring to drip in Versace just like Urvashi Rautela does, right? Urvashi Rautela is surely the glam diva of our times where dripping in Versace for her new song, Versace Baby with Arab music sensation Mohamed Ramadan is the only normal thing to do. We see her posing in a gorgeous black dress from Versace with a plunging neckline and a thigh-high slit with interesting safety pin details carrying the signature Versace Medusa logo on it. Not to miss her ultraviolet jewellery set that elevates her fabulous look even further that matches her eye makeup gorgeously. If this is how living it up in Dubai looks like then we'd like to be Donatella Versace's best friends too so we can look just as glam in a heartbeat.
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Not too long ago she sported yet another all-black look for her song Doob Gaye opposite Guru Randhawa by the beach. She obviously looked gorgeous as can be in her statement-making black cutout maxi dress that made us believe that perhaps bikinis aren't the only thing we'll be hoarding for our next beach holiday. She added bling to her looks with her sparkly earrings to complete her look.
However trust Urvashi Rautela to give monochrome looks as much attention in all-white just as well. Urvashi Rautela for the song Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhaagi Si donned an effortlessly chic all-white tulle dress which featured a corset body. Not only did it channel major princess vibes but in fact one with cottagecore at its core that truly made her overall look stand out even more.
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