Shreya Bugde Is Setting New Style Goals In An Indo-Western Saree Look

Actress Shreya Bugde sets new style goals by looking like a trendy model in her latest Indo-western saree look. Check out her latest post here.

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Shreya Bugde Is Setting New Style Goals In An Indo-Western Saree Look
Chala Hawa Yeu Dya fame Shreya Bugde is well-known for her amazing work in Marathi comedy shows. Being an amazing actress she’s also an active social media personality. She frequently posts amazing pictures on her Insta handle. Her Insta feed is an inspiration for her female fans, looking at the amazing fashion statements she sets with her looks.

The actress also loves flaunting her gorgeousness in a saree look, as we can see in her Insta feed. But recently, the actress took her saree game to a whole new level by flaunting her mesmerizing charms in her latest Indo-western saree look.

The actress wore an amazingly beautiful blue sare with a flowery design on it. To match her gorgeous saree, the actress paired it with a lovely white blouse with a designable turtle-neck. The actress looked like 90’s beauty in this outfit which is a sweet combination of Indian and western clothing. Her bewitching charms made everyone’s day on the internet, as the actress blesses everyone with a charming smile. Also, her outfit accessories like glasses, shoes, and even her purse is enhancing her looks superbly. Everyone praised the actress for such a gracious look by which she has set a new style goal for every woman.

Meanwhile, on the work front, the actress is one of the leads in Maharashtra’s favorite Marathi comedy show Chala Hawa Yeu Dya. Just a while ago, she was seen as the lead actress in actor-director Priyadarshan Jadhav’s hit Marathi comedy web series Baykola Hava Tari Kaay, along with actor Aniket Vishwasrao and Nikhil Ratnaparkhi.

Image source: Instagram/shreyabugde
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