Aditi Rao Hydari – She infuses life into ethnic ensembles like nobody else does! A testimony to this are the numerous times the diva has played muse to some of the most exquisite creations by feted Indian designers. Aditi’s penchant for pulling off royal and ethnic ensembles isn’t new and the diva looks nothing less than spectacular every time she does! Playing muse to one such intricately crafted creation by Punit Balana, Aditi Rao Hyadri raptured us with her stunning avatar. The flawless beauty attended the Edison Awards in Chennai and upped the look with a stunning beauty game. Styled by her go-to stylist, Sanam Ratansi of Style Cell, Aditi added yet another striking look to her burgeoning book of style. A style chameleon, Aditi’s style play features a melange of styles apart from those ethnic ensembles, like the high street style, luxe red carpet ensembles, casual chic outfits and crisp formal wear. Pulling them all with an effortless charm and equal aplomb, Aditi Rao Hydari rarely locks horns with the fashion critics.
Aditi Rao Hydari was last seen in the magnum opus, Padmaavat as Mehrunisa, Alauddin Khilji’s wife garnering accolades for her portrayal. While her on-screen role saw her flit from those intricately crafted ensembles after another and her look was further elevated by a complimenting immaculate makeup and vintage accessories.
Adit Rao Hydari – Elegance personified
Aditi wore a Punit Balana ensemble featuring a Bagru printed fit and flare kurta over a skirt and a dupatta and lined by a golden border. (Also Read: #MonochromeMonday: Kangana Ranaut is chic by the day and on fleek by the night!)
She upped the look with statement jhumkis and a kada with jadau work and pearls, courtesy Joolry By Karishma Mehra.
She topped off the look with a subtle makeup of matte pink lips, bold eyebrows, dark eyes and a sleek centre-parted hair left open.
Bollywood Hungama Style Take – Aditi Rao Hydari
Bagru printing, a traditional technique of printing with natural colour followed by the Chippas of a remote place of Rajasthan is back with a bang, courtesy Punit Balana. Giving us a glimpse of how these age-old prints can be effortlessly imbibed as a red carpet look, Aditi added oodles of charm with her subtle makeup and a befitting accessory game. (Also Read: Daily Style Pill: Wow Alert! Aditi Rao Hydari glams it up in a cute little blazer dress!)
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The process of block printing in addition to being beautiful is also laborious and has been in existence for over more than 1,000 years.
Making a revival of sorts, designers are resorting to these prints and coming up with neo-chic ensembles like longline shrugs, dresses, front slit kurta and tops. Incorporate at least one element and up the look with oxidised jewellery for that ethno-cool vibe. (Also Read: “I was delighted to be the light in Khilji’s dark life” – Aditi Rao Hydari)
On the professional front, Aditi Rao Hydari is all set to play the role of Chandni in Sudhir Mishra’s political thriller, Daas Dev that narrates a reverse tale of Sarat Chandra Chatterjee’s DevDas. Aditi will be seen sharing screen space with Rahul Bhat and Richa Chadda. The movie is scheduled for a release on 23 March 2018.