Vidya Balan – the actress who quashed the male-dominated stereotype of the hero-centric Bollywood with the portrayal of strong-willed characters and carved a niche for herself is always such a delight.
Whether it’s giving back to the trolls or exuding an unmissable charm on-screen, Vidya keeps us hooked. Additionally, her sense of style play that has always bordered high on ethnic and traditional has only evolved with time. While her saree wardrobe is entirely steal-worthy, we love how she dabbles into other ethnic style plays as the occasion demands.
The TSR TV9 National Film Awards for 2017-18 and 2018-19 saw Vidya Balan opt for a simple but significant vibe – a Lajjoo C ethnic ensemble. Styled by the fashion stylist duo, Pranay Jaitley and Shounak Amonkar, the dark embroidered ensemble featured a floor-length Anarkali kurta and dupatta.
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Statement-making jhumkas from Arnav Jewelry were the sole accessories of choice.
Makeup artist Shreyas gave Vidya smokey eyes and nude pink lips. Hairstylist Shalaka Bhosle styled Vidya’s long tresses sleek and shiny.
On the professional front, Vidya was last seen in Tumhari Sulu in 2017. She debuted in the Telugu biopic, N.T.R. Kathanayakudu that released earlier this year. She will reprise her role as N.T Rama Rao’s wife, Basavatarakam in the film’s sequel, N.T.R Mahanayakudu scheduled for a release on 22 February 2019. Vidya will also be seen in Mission Mangal that narrates the story of scientists at ISRO who contributed to India’s first interplanetary expedition, Mars Orbiter Mission.