I choose fashion over comfort; we have heard many celebs say this when questioned about their style statement. But TV actress Surbhi Chandna just showcased it in her latest Instagram post. The Sanjivani 2 actress was shooting for a wedding sequence in the show, which required her to wear a heavy lehenga but the actress added her own twist to it to rock a heavy lehenga. Surbhi just taught us it’s completely fine to ditch the lehenga by replacing the lehenga for denim and pairing it with a heavily embroidered choli.
She shared her picture rocking the above described look with the caption, “This is how i shoot my close-ups when the Lehanga is bada mehanga #shaadispecial #behindthescenes #heavylehenga” And we are loving it! Adding fun to it, she revealed of that’s how she shoots for her close up shots where her heavy lehenga is not in the frame. Seen sporting this look, she paired her choli with denim, net duppatta and not to forget that heavy jewellery comprising of matha pati, necklaces, earrings and hair tied in a bun. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 13: Before Vikas Gupta Leaves For His Thai Vacation, Surbhi Chandna Proposes Marriage To Him?
What do you think, about this Surbhi’s twist to her traditional look? Few of her industry colleagues commented on her picture applauding the actress for this funky twist to her traditional look. The list included director Siddharth P Malhotra, actress Mreenal Deshraj and actor Nikitin Dheer. ALSO READ: Sanjivani Star Surbhi Chandna Becomes The 5th Sexiest Female 2019; Excited Lady Pens A Happy Post
Surbhi Chandna rose to fame and became a household name with TV show Ishqbaaaz. She later appeared in Dil Boley Oberoi which was a spin-off of Ishqbaaaz. Currently, she is seen portraying the role of Dr Ishani Arora in the TV show Sanjivani. ALSO READ: TV Bahu Surbhi Chandna Goes Braless In A Sexy White Suit; But There’s A Catch
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