PHOTOS: PC’s elegant red look sets red carpet ablaze!!

PC, who has received global recognition with her American TV series Quantico said, that she was very excited about the big awards night. While responding to a question about her role in upcoming Bollywood flick, PC said, "I have done too much of slow motions all my life

Arnima Dwivedi
Published on 19 Sep 2016 12:20 PM GMT
PHOTOS: PC’s elegant red look sets red carpet ablaze!!
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Emmy awards

Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra raised the temperature, in her debut appearance at the Emmy awards, wearing a plain one-shouldered all-red chiffon gown by designer Jason Wu, in Los Angeles.

The Bollywood Diva impressed fashion critics at the 68th season of the award show, with her neatly tied ponytail hair, choice of natural light makeup and vibrant red lipstick, giving a perfect match to her dusty shade.

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The ‘Quantico’ girl, who wore no jewellery except dropped diamond earrings and a diamond ring, ate the red carpet ablaze with her and elegant yet hot girly looks.

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The actress was seen enjoying every moment at the red carpet as she happily posed, twirled and showed off the delicate layers of her gown, while entering into the Microsoft theatre, in her highly appreciated pair of heels.

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PC, who has received global recognition with her American TV series Quantico said, that she was very excited about the big awards night. While responding to a question about her role in upcoming Bollywood flick, PC said, "I have done too much of slow motions all my life. Therefore I won't be doing it. I will leave that to Dwayne and Zac. However, I do walk in slow motion in the movie. Running is too much of an effort."

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The actress is currently shooting for the second season of the Quantico series.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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