Mouni Roy did well in fashion before Diwali, looking refreshing for Rs 3.5k silk black silk sharara set

Mouni Roy creates a completely refreshing look in a set of black silk sharara, gives a glimpse of her timeless beauty in these photos and we can’t take our eyes off her.

Putting her fashion foot forward, Brahmastra actor Mouni Roy has been seen killing the racist look ahead of Diwali with the sheer size of cotton and silk. To create a completely refreshing look in traditional music, Mouni gave an idea of ​​his timeless beauty and we couldn’t take our eyes off his beautiful photos.

Taking his Instagram handle, Mouni shared many photos that burned the Internet. The frames feature the diva in a straight cut black kurta with a boat neck and full sleeves.

Adorned with gota gold stems, the kurta is made of cotton silk fabric. The Sharare, on the other hand, was made of cotton and had kalidar with gota stripes while its waist was pulled by a string containing the remains of gota tassels.

The highlight of the beautiful dress was the black and white bandhej dupatta made of crepe fabric and had Banarasi borders. Choosing a non-functional look to allow the sharara set to speak louder, Mouni wore a little boldness to amplify racist feelings.

Her performances included a matte pink lip tint, rosy blush on the cheeks, deep eye shadow shadow, kohl eyes and eyebrows running high. Leaving her parted hair open, Mouni slammed the camera candids.

The images were accompanied by a quote from the Bhagavad Gita which read, ““ Show good will to all Be Fearless and pure; never give up in your determination or your devotion to spiritual life. Donate generously. Be self-controlled, honest, truthful, loving, and full of the desire to serve. See the truth of the scriptures; learn to isolate yourself and take pleasure in giving up. Do not be angry or hurt any living creature, but be kind and gentle; show good will to all. Cultivate strength, patience, and purity; avoid evil and pride Then, Arjuna, you will attain your sacred future (sic) ”.

The dress is featured in an Indian fashion label, The Home Affair and initially costs Rs 3,500 on their website.

To complete the outfit, Mouni wore the shiny white shoes of Kolhapuri. Good photos were obtained over 3 lakh likes instantly while still in force.

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