Thigh-high slit gowns can be a lot tricky and sometimes scary as well (due to wardrobe malfunction) However, once you have pulled off that look well, then there’s no stopping you from getting heaps of praises. Since we are talking about thigh-high slit gowns, this week we saw two Bollywood ladies Urvashi Rautela and Nushrat Bharucha rocking one but these two actresses have given a different definition to thigh-high slit gowns as they literally showed us hip-high slit which apparently is the new trend, it seems.
Talking about the Dream Girl actress, just yesterday, for Filmfare Awards curtain raiser event, Nushrat Bharucha was seen wearing an emerald green gown with a slit that goes way up to her back with two belts holding the slit. The actress quite amped the raunchy quotient with her look and it was definitely not for faint-hearted people but she ended up getting trolled by the naysayers. Bharucha kept her look simple with minimal makeup and no magic with her hairdo, she let her gown do the talking and well, it certainly did make a lot of noise. The look would have gotten 10/10 if the slit would have stayed till her thigh.
Now, coming to Urvashi Rautela’s look, her black gown with a dangerously thigh-high slit actually going up to her waist by Albina Dyla is bound to made heads turn. Rounding her look with a high bun and statement earrings, the Pagalpanti actress failed to impress us in the look as the gown’s slit was way too much revealing and hence, the look that was supposed to race fashion police’s heart happened quite the opposite. Nevertheless, we had also reported how she copied Kylie Jenner’s eye-frame as well as her pose for the Filmfare Awards event.
Talking about their work front, Nushrat to be seen in Chhalaang with Rajkummar Rao and Urvashi Rautela was last seen in a multi-starrer Pagalpanti.
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