Sonam Kapoor Revamps a Traditional Sari With a Victorian Twist
Sonam Kapoor was last seen in the film The Zoya Factor with South Indian film actor Dulquer Salmaan. The film was released on September 20th, 2019.
Sonam Kapoor is not just an actress with a knack for challenging roles but she is also a fashionista who has the ability to carry every look with style. Sonam Kapoor is credited with changing the approach of Bollywood towards fashion. The actress loves dressing larger than life and likes to look her best even in casual settings. According to Sonam Kapoor, when she was going through a tough phase in her career she found her solace in fashion and continued looking her best no matter what life had to offer her.
Sonam Kapoor was last seen in The Zoya Factor where she played the role of a girl who was considered the lucky charm for the Indian Cricket Team. She also promoted this film through her impeccable fashion sense and wore only red color during the film promotions. It was not easy to create a new look every day wearing the same color but the fashionista managed to create an impact even with one color by styling it in a number of different ways.
Sonam kapoor was recently spotted wearing a printed green sari designed by her friend and the famous designer Masaba Gupta. Although the entire look was traditional, the blouse created the needed drama. Sonam Kapoor kept her makeup simple and hair sleek. She styled the sari with traditional silver jewelry and a bag that also coordinated with the theme. Sonam Kapoor sported this look for Maniesh Paul’s show which she attended with Rajkummar Rao.
Sonam Kapoor, the eldest daughter of famous actor Anil Kapoor, made her debut with Ranbir Kapoor in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Saawariya 2007. While the film could not do great at the box office, Sonam Kapoor’s classic beauty was instantly noticeable and she started getting better projects. Despite coming from a film family, Sonam Kapoor married Anand Ahuja a Delhi businessman who is not related to the film business in any way.