Deepika Padukone and Nargis Fakhri were spotted in a festive demeanour, heading to Aamir Khan’s Diwali soirée. Deepika beautifully pulled off a red and gold Sabyasachi sari, complementing it with gold Amrapali earrings and an orange blouse to which the gold juti and clutch added extra oomph!
Nargis brought her traditional A-Game in SVA drapes by Sonam and Paras Modi. A closed neck embellished blouse and turquoise earrings from Curio Cottage were add-ons to her yellow sari.
Flaunting old-school glamour with a contemporary twist in Sanjay Garg’s lehenga, laying emphasis on royal blue from head-to-toe with gold quirky prints on the skirt and a Dior bag, Kangana Ranaut looked tasteful yet desi with the unusual dupatta drape and don’t miss those Kolhapuris. Such a fresh Diwali look!
Wearing Amrita Thakur, Aditi Rao Hydari looked stunning in pink kurta and white palazzos, with chandelier earrings by Anmol that looked just perfect with the outfit especially when combined with loose locks and makeup that added an exquisitely festive feel to it.
Dazzling in traditional wear, Shraddha Kapoor sported a beige and emerald lehenga by Anamika Khanna; picking up on the sheer trend! A pop of red on the lips, Anita Dongre’s gold earrings clubbed with a gold clutch polished off the look.
This was one of the most spellbinding festive looks that caught our eye this Diwali! The beige and gold lehenga, complemented with gold chandbalas, bangles and a potli bag with up-done hair and subtle makeup. Prachi Desai looked just flamboyant!
Sonam Kapoor looked every inch a star in a grey embellished Anamika Khanna Suit. Though she opted for a rare color choice, she made it look fabulous and very festive with the maang tikka.
Anil Kapoor was dressed in a plain white kurta-pajama paired with black loafers. Classy yet traditional!
The duo celebrated Diwali in sheer style, complementing one another in red and black. Shilpa Shetty dressed in a Tarun Tahiliani salwar suit with decorous waterfall sleeves accessorised with chunky gold earrings and a kada.
Husband, Raj Kundra went for an overall black look in a kurta-pajama.
We just loved Deepti Gujral’s impressive choice of a plain red sari with a printed brocade blouse. Tied hair, red earrings and a studded clutch added splendour and a traditional air.
Candice Pinto dazzled in a green and purple sari combo completing the appearance with bold earrings, red lips and up-done hair.
Dressed for Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali bash, Mugda Godse looked delightfully ethnic in the gold and beige floor length anarkali suit, while the eye-catching red clutch added allure to her conduct.
Styled by Sakshi Mehra; Sonakshi Sinha went modish in a Masaba Gupta sari with a golden border and a black sequence blouse. The winged eyeliner added an edge to the subtle makeup and straight hair.
Father, Shatrughan Sinha went completely festive in the blue-purple raw silk embroidered kurta.
Urmila Matondkar and Sophie Choudry were seen celebrating with designer Manish Malhotra, wearing his label. Sophie opted for a beige lehenga with a maroon blouse along with studded long earrings, golden bangles and a clutch.
Urmila, on the other hand, chose the opposite combination of maroon all over and golden-beige work on it. Leaving the hair loose was a good idea.
The quartet that was Hrithik Roshan, Uday Chopra, Nargis Fakhri and Sikander Kher were all spotted celebrating at Amitabh Bachchan’s party. Hrithik chose to keep it casual in a black tee and denims. Uday and Sikander went a step ahead and opted for the traditional look wearing a kurta-pajama. Nagris seemed to enjoy herself in that yellow upbeat sari and the easy-breezy look.
T’was celebrations galore with such great moments… such great memories. Happy Diwali to everyone and wishing you’ll a prosperous New Year!
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