Need Fashion Inspiration? Isha Keskar's Wardrobe Of A True-Blue Fashionista Is Your Answer

Isha Keskar’s Look Book is your guide to 2020 fashion, read on to find out how!

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Need Fashion Inspiration? Isha Keskar's Wardrobe Of A True-Blue Fashionista Is Your Answer
‘Shanaya’ Isha Keskar of ‘Majhya Navrya Chi Bayko’ is one of the trendiest Marathi stars. She has the perfect sense of fashion and accessorization. Her casual and chic looks are certainly going to up your style game. 

Isha is known on social media for her quirky looks and her amazing style sense. She even wears great combinations in casuals and party wears, as a part of ‘Shanaya’s character. In her last film ‘Girlfriend’ too, she was slaying it! Check out a few of her casual wear which may give you a major shopping goal! 

The ‘Jai Malhar’ fame, Isha Keskar who became a household name by her character ‘Banu’, looked her best in traditional too. Her social media presence will tell you nothing different. 

Isha is currently a part of the famous TV show ‘Majhya Navryachi Bayko’. Here she plays the role of ‘Shanaya’, who is the second fiddle to the leading lady ‘Radhika’. Surprisingly, the character she plays was earlier played by Rasika Sunil. 

Ruthless and breaking hearts ever so gracefully, Isha stuns her fans with her appearance. She is one such talented actress of the industry, who is not just all beauty, she holds a BA in Psychology and proficient in the Japanese language. Her top movies were, ‘Mangalashtaka Once More’, ‘We Are On, Houn Jau Dya’, ‘Hello Nandan’ and ‘CRD’. She almost always makes headlines for her relationship with ‘Kahe Diya Pardes’ fame Rishi Saxena. And now from her gym looks to her BTS looks, every look Isha shares on social media becomes fashion essentials for the season. Truly the beauty with brains, Isha is becoming a fashion icon!

Image Source:-  instagram/ishackeskar
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