Mrunmayee Deshpande and Shreya Bugde are two of the finest actresses from the Marathi film fraternity. While Mrunmayee is known to ace the dramatic and romantic roles in movies like Natsamrat, Fatteshikast and many more, on the other hand, Shreya is regarded to be one of the finest comedy actresses in the film fraternity who is well familiar for her comical roles in hit serials like Chala Hawa Yeu Dya and Fu Bai Fu.
Recently both the actresses set the Instagram on fire when the rocked the Monochrome themed Saree look and their fans can’t stop raving about their beauty. Mrunmayee graces the screen with her elegance as she is posing for the camera wearing a simple borderline saree with a half-sleeved printed blouse. She accessorized her look by wearing pearl bangles, earrings and summed up her traditional Maharashtrian Mulgi look with her signature small bindi. She kept her makeup subtle and did a low puffed bun hairstyle.
Shreya bugde on the other hand looked like the traditional woman-next-door image in her Monochrome saree look. She wore a leaf print saree with the half-sleeved flower print blouse. She did a low straight ponytail hairstyle and wore minimal jewellery. The traditional small bindi and her perfectly radiating smile did all the justice of speaking for her natural beauty. She captioned her photo by saying, “Where it’s real, you can’t walk away.”
Both these looks of the damsel beauties were an instant hit amongst the netizens and nailed this Monochrome inspired look with their extra-ordinary and ravishing beauty! While Shreya is currently seen in a comedy flick named Baykola Hava Tari Kay which is streaming on MX player, on the other hand, Mrunmayee Deshpande was last seen directing the movie Mann Fakira and will be seen in a movie named 15th August starring Addinath Kothare in the lead role.
Image source: Instagram/mrunmayeedeshpande/shreyabugde
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