Sequin sarees never go out of style, and Mouni Roy shade pink embossed saree evidence for the Baithe Baithe music video with Angad Bedi.
Sequined saris have always had the impression of approval from our favorite Bollywood celebrities, and this barbaric attire is unlikely to ever go out of style. Brahmastra actor Mouni Roy’s latest look is a song that adorns six yards in shade pink, proving to be the same Baithe Baithe.
Mouni Roy recently starred in a music video with Neha Dhupia’s husband Angad Bedi and wore an ombre sequined sari with the sexiest bralette. The star went on Instagram today to share a series of pictures of her wearing six yards on music video sets. She thanked her fans in the caption for pouring their love into the video.
Mouni captioned the post, “Thank you for your love … Keep it coming … #bts #baithebaithe.” Read on to find out how she styled the sequined look.
For the music video, Maui tied herself up with a chiffon ombre shaded sari with self sequins embroidery. The shiny six yards are filled with the ombre effect, which effortlessly changes from a natural blush pink shade to a dense queen pink.
The bralette styled blouse just there straps, sinking neckline and feather embellishments complete Mouni’s traditional look. The blush is full of pink sequins throughout, adding a modern element to the blouse.
Mouni paired her signature sari with a minimalist accessory style. She wore a beautiful gold chain and several rings to access the dress. Mid-split open tresses styled with curls defining her hairstyle.
Mouni chose ombre colored smoky eye shadow, mascara-filled hair, nude lips, well-defined eyebrows, inflamed cheeks, sharp contours and beaming highlighter to complete her glam.
Sequined saris have always been a favorite of celebrities during the festive season. Before Mouni, Bollywood celebrities Kareena Kapoor Khan, Malaika Arora and Janvi Kapoor wore this style for various shows. So, if you are also looking for some inspiration to glamorize your wardrobe for the upcoming festivals, this look by Mouni should definitely be bookmarked.