Bollywood divas walked the red carpet of Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards 2018. The event is held every year to celebrate the success of ladies who made place for themselves with their bold attitude and beauty. The glittering ceremony witnessed b-town beauties dressed in some wonderful attires. Needless to say, it will be hard for you to take your eyes off them.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has proved that she’s royalty and her sartorial picks are proof. Our lenses spotted the Ae Dil Hai Mushkil heroine walk down the red carpet for and we just can’t get our eyes off her.
In a shaded black and cream gown, Ash has truly channelized her inner princess. Styled by Aastha Sharma, the stunner donned a gown by Labourjoisie. Beyond the detailed embellishments, it’s the chunky mid-waist belt that scores high on our fashion meters.
With make-up done by Bollywood’s favourite artist Mickey Contractor, Ash looked to kill. With deep scarlet lips, Ash completed her look with a thin stroke of eyeliner and a dash of highlighter. With her hair left in soft waves, Ash is undoubtedly one of the most stylish heroines of tinsel town.
The actor is busy with Fanne Khan in which she plays a star. Her first look from the film was ultra-glam and reminded her fans of Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. The still was posted by the KriArj Entertainment on Twitter, along with a caption: “There are divas and then there is #AishwaryaRaiBachchan. Our shining star! #FanneKhan.”
The Atul Manjrekar-directed film, stars Aishwarya, Anil Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao. Fanne Khan would be Aishwarya’s third association with Anil Kapoor, after Taal and Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai. The film is scheduled to release on June 15.
Author: By – Elka Pereira
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