Fashion Goals: Vidya Balan E-Promotes 'Shakuntala Devi' With Gorgeous Looks
Vidya Balan is busy e-promoting her upcoming film, Shakuntala Devi. Vidya Balan is one the first celebrities who has taken to e-promoting for her upcoming film.
These days Vidya Balan is busy e-promoting her upcoming film, Shakuntala Devi. Vidya Balan is one the first celebrities who has taken to e-promoting for her upcoming film. The Mission Mangal actor has been keeping us updated with her looks, and of course, giving fashion goals. In almost all her looks, the actor can be seen supporting the local and it was no different this time.
Vidya Balan's some latest looks:
Look no. 1:
The actor looked lovely in an Indian pantsuit. The outfit, however, was special for more than one reason. Sharing the look, the actor wrote, “This Indian pant suit by Rouka has been made in collaboration with aranya natural. The natural dyed silk with clamp dyed shibori dots, have been done by differently-abled artisans in Munnar. Clothes today need a deep meaning than just ‘looks’ and question that everytime you shop.”
Look No. 2:
In the second instance, she was seen in a black cotton sari bought from a weaver’s exhibition. The contrast worked really well and we quite dig how neat the look was kept. She look Gorgeous.
Look No. 3
Adding some variety to her promotional looks, the Mission Mangal actor was also seen in a printed maxi dress from Payal Pratap. Furthermore, the outfit was accessorised with a belt.
Look No. 4:
Also, she was seen in an outfit from Ayush Kejriwal. Iin addition, this also an extension of her support for the local and natural. Sharing the look she wrote, “This outfit is made from natural fibres and can be composted together with your food and garden waste, as opposed to fabrics like nylon or polyester.”
Look No. 5:
The actor looked equally pretty in a sari from designer Ayush Kejriwal. She later shared that the silk sari was digitally printed, adding “The saree is a silk but digitally printed. Ayush has carefully manufactured the mulberry silk to be a low waste process and mindful in the re-cultivation of the hardy tree.”
So, What do you think of her looks?
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