Amaira Dastur’s Spinning is an enchanting and sassy vibe in all black and ruffles!

On the promotional spree for its latest effort, Amazon Prime Video’s political thriller dance of fury, Amaira Dastur touched in a stunning black veneer, with Shehla Khan wearing a sari. Styled by Bornley Caldera, Amaira Dastur cheered. A versatile actress, dubbed into Hindi, Tamil and cinema, former model Amaira Dastur is also a certified genre chameleon. Through lockdown last year, she wooed us with her makeup skills, shooting home pictures and random music. With a steady social media, Amayra rarely has a dull moment and understands fashion closely. She perennially and effortlessly combines it with unconventional cuts, silhouettes and unusual color.

Here is a close look at her recent style. Fashion Face-Off: Amaira Dastur or Kajal Aggarwal? Which contemporary festival was Devanagari Gharara better?

Amaira Dastur – Black Beauty

A Shehla Khan black ruffled saree was dressed with a matching blouse, jewelery by My Motifs, waving hair, a danny choker and subtle natural makeup. Tandava: Amaira Dastur recalls the starstruck moment with Saif Ali Khan while filming for the Amazon Prime show.

Amaira Dastur (Photo courtesy: Instagram)

On the professional front, Amaira will be seen in Udi Udi Uzhikanam, Santhanam and in a Tamil comedy film Kadhalai thadi nithya nandha And in Pilfer Singh film is a remake Raju Gadu

(The above story first appeared on Reporter Door on February 19, 2021 03:32 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website reporterdoor.com).

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