Ankita Lokhande’s olive green dress is a summer staple (see photos)

Ankita Lokhande is probably still finding her foothold in Bollywood, but the style-o-meter of the actress was always great to handle. Holy sage The actress has always been an avid fashion lover who loves to roll the ball. With her curly hair, she often turns drama into the most basic outfits and we are forced to smile upon seeing her. With her chic choice and great sense of style, she easily finds a place in the list of best-dressed celebs. Ankita Lokhande is part of the digital sequel of Holy Rishta, a new face to get the character of Sushant Singh Rajput.

Talking about Ankita and fashion, the actress was recently spotted wearing an olive green dress for a casual outing and caught our attention. The tie-up dress with an asymmetric hemline is the perfect pick for your day wardrobe and the way she paired it with black sunglasses and nude heels. Ankita kept her style extremely simple with minimal makeup and hair tied in a simple bun. It was an attractive look that worked wonders on our mind. Fashion Face-Off: Ankita Lokhande or Surabhi Jyoti? Who was better Rishi and Saujit Polka dot crop top?

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Ankita Lokhande (Photo Credit: Instagram)

Ankita Lokhande was last seen Bet 3 And she is now gearing up to play the lead role I t i. Not much is known about the project and the producers are keeping things in wraps. And while we can wait for her, we can’t wait for Stunner to make her next appearance. Hopefully, she does this very soon.

(The above story first appeared on Report Dore on 09 May 2021 10:30 AM IST. Log on to our website for more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle).

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