This young star has marked her territory and is here to stay. Her claim to fame was the cup song titled Hi Chal Turu Turu, which garnered crazy views on the social media. This led her to clinch roles in the web-series of Little Things, essaying the character of Kavya Kulkarni and as Meera Sehgal in Girl in the City. A phenomenal response to these roles resulted in sequels too as struck a chord with the fast paced Gen Z. Her influence on the millennial generation is unparalleled; her Instagram account that boasts of 1 million followers is a worthy testimony. As her on-screen exuberance and chirpiness endear her endlessly, off-screen too, she is a delight with her affable charm and an extremely down-to-earth demeanour. A self-confessed non-fashion and brand-conscious millennial, her personal sense of style is fuss-free and relies on basic comfort. The jeans-and-tee-kinda-girl is intent on stamping a unique fashion identity as she readies for the big Bollywood stint opposite Dulquer Salman and Irrfan Khan in Karwaan. Exploring varied style avenues with an underlying cheeky vibe, giving the basics beautiful spin Mithila’s spontaneity reflects well.
Her petite frame, cute smile and those unmissable long curls spruce up any given style. Projecting poise and attitude, Mithila’s Instagram account is a roadmap to achieving tres chic cool-girl approved styles. Her fashion stylist Varsha Harlalka has only grasped her thriving vibe with these styles. Here is a closer look at some of her recent style shenanigans.
Mithila sported matching purple coloured separates of a crop top and flared pants from The Figure Out teaming them with heels from Intoto and earrings from Woman Ambassadors. Her long curly mane was neatly pulled back into a high ponytail and bright lips rounded out her look.
Mithila strode in a cute little grey printed dress and accessorised her look with formless symmetry earrings and tassel ring from One Naught One One and a slug bag from Tohl. Pink heels from Intoto complimented her subtle makeup and signature wild curls.
Mithila dabbled into neo-ethnics with a peach zig-zag kurta dress with multi fountain stole from Translate – Handwoven Ikat and geometric hoops from Aaree Accessories. A pair of brown brogues, an elegant updo and minimal makeup rounded out her look.
Mithila teamed a ruffled white top with a multi-coloured skirt, rounding out the look with Aldo sandals, earrings from The Omnia Design, minimal makeup and signature curls.
Mithila joined the pantsuit bandwagon with a flared pantsuit from MOSH (Ministry Of Style Hedonics) with pumps from Aldo. Messy curls, bright lips rounded out her look.
Mithila teamed a dropped collar shirt from MOSH with quirky mustard coloured pants with a train billowing behind. Gold sandals from Forever 21, a chunky necklace by Ritika Sachdeva, bright lips and messy curls rounded out her look.
Mithila sported a blue coloured cotton saree from Queen Of Hearts By Deepa Mehta with a chunky choker, signature curls and pink lips.
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The first look of Karwaan has piqued our interests and hopes of seeing this millennial match the spunks of Irrfan Khan and Dulquer Salman. This slice of life comedy-drama film is scheduled for a release on August 03.