Monochrome always brings out the elegance of any picture. No matter what clothes you wear, the reflection of black and white shade will give its own classic touch and beautify the picture. That is also true about the beautiful saree look. But can you guys decide who has the best saree look when two of the most beautiful actresses of the Marathi industry are being considered? Especially when the ones we are talking about are, actress Priya Bapat and Amruta Khanvilkar. Both have recently uploaded their monochrome saree look, on their Insta handle. Both have amazing Insta feed that it is hard for us to decide who has nailed the saree look.
Talking about Priya, her mesmerizing beauty has always amazed her fans. Her recent pictures of her monochrome saree look are absolutely splendid. In her recent most picture, she has given a touch of boldness to the picture by posing backward and moving her hands through hairs. Her posts before this one have shown her elegant and gorgeous sides with amazing poses. In one picture she is sitting on a bed staring at the ground with her beautiful hairs on one side. In the other one, she is tying her hair and her pose has a classic touch to it.
About Amruta’s look, the monochrome has enhanced her beauty to the purest form. Her monochrome saree look is out of this world. She looks so bold and ravishing in all of these posts. The confident look on her face has also embraced the beauty of these pictures. Her poses in every picture are amazing. Like the one in which she is holding someone’s hand with her hairs flicked on her face is so mesmerizing. She has shown her charms through these pictures astonishingly.
Also, the person behind all of these beautiful pictures of both the actresses is the same ie., photographer Tejas Nerurkar. So, have you decided yet who’s nailed the look?
Image source: instagram/priyabapat/amrutakhanvilkar
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