Katrina Kaif radiated with the glow of a gorgeous brand-new bride for her initial Karwa Chauth in a brilliant pink saree

Firsts are unique for many factors. For Katrina Kaif, the very same sensations extended to her very first Karwa Chauth too. As well as similar to any type of woman on Karwa Chauth, outdoor decked in the standard of the solah shringaar like a newlywed, this newlywed was worn all her conventional finery. For her very first Karwa Chauth event, Katrina Kaif depend on the drape of an attractive Sabyasachi saree. The intense pink organza saree carried the signature traditional needlework throughout the saree as well as a delicately created border. The pairing of the shirt nonetheless offered this saree an extremely trendy contemporary twist. She abandoned the monochrome route to go full bloom with a mint eco-friendly floral blouse with big pink blossoms published on it working its different wonder on it. You can inform a Sabyasachi shirt from miles away with the patented sleeve length as well as a diving neckline as well as hence we fasted to know. It comes as no surprise she picked the designer for her initial Karwa Chauth given that she trusted him for her most special day too.


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Vicky Kaushal’s Punjabi-ness is rubbing instead gracefully on this Bollywood elegance, we have to confess, and her first Karwa Chauth is the begin to numerous, we ensure it. Her make-up as well as hair was her minimal best with a lining and her straight hair split in the middle with sindoor including the traditional colours, as did the bindi. With bangles piled, long hanging traditional earrings and also a mangalsutra as well in place, we almost went back to her traditional Punjabi bride-to-be avatar. Not to neglect her phulkari dupatta as component of the Pooja.


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There’s just no question that her initial Karwa Chauth with the love of her life, Vicky Kaushal by her side was an unforgettable one.

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Last Updated: 14 October 2022