Bollywood celebrities have often favour a gorgeous red hue to make a statement and it's safe to say that adorning a drape in the bright hue is always a fabulous choice. This time, actress Pooja Hegde is grabbing all our attention as she gives fiery red a nod. Pooja Hegde's ethnic choices have always been worth bookmarking and this time she is making heads turn in a beautiful red drape. With Christmas around the corner, she definitely gave her own ethnic twist to Holiday fashion. The actress who is currently busy promoting her upcoming release Cirkus and is making sure to give her some incredible fashion moments, which she truly does right in a monochrome red saree. The beautiful number had a flowy silhouette topped with stunning ruffle detailing which added a stylish edge to the overall look. She paired the drape with a stunning plunging neckline blouse and kept it minimal with statement earrings. Her nude makeup glam with a glossy lip shade was perfect to complete the look.
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Pooja Hegde's line-up of ethnic style has always played host to her stellar hues and patterns and yet again, the actress is at it as she makes a case for monochrome in a beautiful bright lemon green lehenga. She paired a strappy, plunging neckline blouse with a self-embroidered lehenga skirt. She kept it minimal yet super stylish with just a pair of gorgeous statement earrings.
Sharara sets happen to be another favourite when it comes to ethnic style and notching it up right is actress Pooja Hegde in a bright yellow embroidered sharara. The actress adorned a gorgeous embroidered yellow number as she paired a short kurta with flared sharara and a sheer dupatta. Her beautiful ethnic earrings were totally perfect to complete the look.
From keeping it elegant with embroidered styles to giving a bold spin to ethnic style with plunging necklines, actress Pooja Hegde is a pro at her style game. The actress adorned a beautiful pink anarkali set which featured a longline kurta with a plunging neckline and bronze border detailing along the neckline. Her heavy-duty dupatta was perfect to add an extra element to the attire.Comments