Amongst many Bollywood Divas, Kangana Ranaut is one of the leading actresses who know how to break the fashion rules with her picks for her outings. If you keep a tab on her wardrobe, her choices are bold, fierce, and unapologetically just like herself. She never minces her words and does not filter her fashion choices, in the fear of what people will think and that’s exactly what we saw in the recent outing. As Kangana is busy as a bee as her upcoming film, Panga is just a day away from the theatres, she has been flaunting some exotic styles that we are falling for. Right from sexy pantsuits, gorgeous sarees to elegant salwar suits, Kangana’s fashion commandments are simply smashing.
Since we are talking about how she gives a different definition to fashion, we, unfortunately, did not see the same in her recent outing where she was spotted making a floral statement in the city and it is because of her headgear which is currently seizing our attention. For the recent outing, Kangana picked a Torani suit to wear along with an embellished matching headband which could have been a better one but pairing the floral headgear with the salwar suit seemed sort of inappropriate. She must be trying to channel her inner Frida Kahlo but it certainly did not come across that way. Mainly, it is because her salwar suit was so busy with floral prints that she looked like a flower bouquet with the cherry (flowers) on the top, quite literally! ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut And Shraddha Kapoor Rock Their Film Promotions With Similar Checkered Pantsuits, Actresses Give Total Boss Lady Vibes
Meanwhile, on the work front, she is gearing up for the release of Panga which is a sports drama. The film stars Neena Gupta, Jassie Gill and Richa Chadha.
Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s directorial will be clashing it with Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor starrer Street Dancer 3D on January 24, 2020 at the box-office.
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