Alia Bhatt Gives Us a Lesson on How to Rock a Printed Blazer
Alia Bhatt is one of Bollywood’s most sought after actresses. Not only does she fare well in the field of acting, but also knows how to put a good outfit together. Here’s proof!
Alia Bhatt has had her hands full as of late and has most certainly made her mark in the industry. She has become a force to be reckoned with and the starlet is recognized for her stellar performances in films including Gully Boy, Raazi and Two States among others. She recently made headlines after she was cast for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Inshallah which was later shelved. She is now all set to play a lead role in the director’s latest passion project, Gangubia. She also often makes headlines when it comes to her relationship with Ranbir Kapoor. Alia Bhatt is also recognized for her minimalistic looks and sense of style.
Alia Bhatt’s style has evolved over her time in the industry and she often takes to Instagram to share pictures of her fashion-forward looks and glimpses of her personal life with her fans and followers. She recently took to Instagram and shared a series of pictures of herself in a bright coloured ensemble.
Alia Bhatt was clad in a pair of bright red bootleg pants which she teamed with a black bralette. Over the top, she wore a linen blazer which was adorned with a bold leafy pattern in different colours. The blazer featured flared sleeves and was buttoned at the front. To complement the look, Alia Bhatt had her hair styled in beachy waves and opted for minimal makeup. Overall, we think this is a great look for the starlet.
Meanwhile, on the professional front, Alia Bhatt has her hands full with her lineup of films. She is currently gearing up for Brahamastra in which she will be starring alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Sadak 2, which marks the return of her father, Mahesh Bhatt to directing. It will also be the first time she will be directed by her father. She also has the films Takht and Inshallah to look forward to. Ranbir Kapoor on the other hand is gearing up for Brahamastra and Shamshera.