Alia Bhatt Stuns In Red Sari For Religious Festivities
Alia Bhatt has her hands full with a number of projects as of late. She took a day off and dressed up in a pretty red sari for Durga Pooja celebrations and we decoded her look
Alia Bhatt is one of Bollywood’s top actors and being a celebrity who is constantly in the limelight, you need to look and feel good at all time. Ali Bhatt recently made headlines after she was cast for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Inshallah which was later shelved. She made headlines once again after news has surfaced that she will 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 and left heads turning in her recent look in a stunning sari.
Bollywood celebrities celebrated the religious festival of Durga and were dressed up to the nines for the festivities. Alia Bhatt arrived at the pooja today in a beautiful red organza sari and left heads turning as the paparazzi snapped her pictures. In the pictures, which are now circulating on social media, Alia Bhatt can be seen clad in a red sari which is adorned with printed flowers across the palu. The sari blouse features a deep back and the colour compliments the starlet’s complexion perfectly.
For her hair and makeup look, Alia Bhatt opted for a completely neutral look with a light coat of mascara and a peachy hue. She opted for a subtle coral lip and had her hair parted in the middle with soft loose curls.
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.