Less pollution, more warmth and lights - this year’s pandemic-stricken Diwali was quite different than the previous years in the tinsel town. Giving lavish parties and festive bashes a miss, the B-town spend some quality time with their family. This year’s festivity might have been a low-key affair but it definitely wasn’t any less glamorous!
Young guns of the industry geared up to celebrate the festival of lights, dressed in their traditional best and we are here for it! Check out who wore what this festive weekend:
Janhvi radiated sunshine on the festive eve in a classic yellow Manish Malhotra saree with traditional intricate zari embroidery from the designer’s Ruhaaniyat collection. She accessorized her attire with just a pair of statement danglers. Smokey eyes, nude lips and messy waves completed her look.
Khushi looked every bit regal in her silk inspired peshwaz worn with a quilted sadri jacket and a trailing gharara from Manish Malhotra’s Ruhaaniyat collection. A statement choker from the designer’s jewellery line added an element of glamour to her look. With an earthy, warm glam and a classic bun, she rounded off her look.
Ananya painted the sky pink with her Anita Dongre lehenga that bore a plunging neckline and intricate embellishments. Statement danglers, blushed cheeks, tinted pink lips and soft curls rounded off her look.
For Siddhant Chaturvedi’s Diwali housewarming party, the actress looked every bit gorgeous in a Saaksha & Kinni ensemble.
Athiya looked like a breath of fresh air in a Rahul Mishra sharara set teamed up with a pair of statement danglers. Keeping her glam understated, she rounded off her look with open tresses.
SARA ALI KHAN AND IBRAHIM ALI KHAN
Sara drowned in the festive feels wearing a royal blue kurta set featuring antique intricate gold zari embroidery and was paired with a lime dupatta. A pair of dazzling danglers and embellished juttis elevated her look. Keeping her glam radiant, she rounded off her look with soft curls.
For Bhai Dooj celebrations, the stunner slayed a purple silk Gota Anarkali from the label Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla. Sharing the spotlight was her dapper sibling Ibrahim decked up in a resham kurta-pyjama from Abu-Sandeep’s ethnic collection.
Mrunal dazzled in a sequined two-toned drape from Manish Malhotra’s Ruhaaniyat collection. A studded neckpiece served as a statement accessory to her look. Shimmery smokey eyes, tinted pink lips and a poker straight hairdo gave justice to her beauty.
Tara painted an elegant picture all dolled up in a vintage cut red peplum kurta, paired with izhar inspired moss-green pants and an old-world handloom Banarasi purple dupatta from Manish Malhotra’s Ruhaaniyat collection. A dainty set of jhumkis elevated the look of her embroidered attire. Keeping her glam dewy, she rounded off her look with blushed cheeks, shimmery eyes, tinted pink lips and a classic gajra adorned bun. That bindi has our heart!
Varun brought his festive A-game decked up in a white knotted kurta-pyjama set and stole from label Kunal Rawal.
Kartik paved the way for intimate celebrations in a grey apple-cut kurta-pyjama set that bore a classic dori and resham embroidery from MM’s latest Ruhaaniyat collection.
Siddhant looked every bit dapper in a boho printed kurta and dhoti pants from Anamika Khanna's menswear collection.
Vicky drowned in the festive feels donning a white kurta and koti along with a colourful pocket square.
AYUSHMANN KHURRANA, APARSHAKTI KHURANA AND FAMILY
Dapper men Ayushmann and Aparshakti along with their family celebrated the festivities in color-coordinated ensembles from label Shantanu & Nikhil. Sexy, no?
Can’t wait for the next Diwali already!