Yo ya hell no? Vani Kapoor’s princess-like outfit by Atelier Zuhra

Vani Kapoor is currently busy reading several scripts and the actress may finally jump outside YRF’s camp and start working with other filmmakers. After Ranbir Kapoor Shamshera And Akshay Kumar’s Bell bottom, Kapoor has now signed Ayushmann Khurrana’s next film and we are witness to his chemistry. Until then, let’s discuss their latest fashion outing, which reminds us of some Disney princesses. Vani’s stylist, Mohit Rai took to her Instagram account to share her new photos and we are surprised. Yo ya hell no? Shilpa Shetty’s Yellow Shimri Gown by Neetu Rohra.

Vani picked up a baby pick atelier’s gown for an award ceremony and styled it effortlessly. If no jewelery is not correct, an off-shoulder gown with no jewelery may be stunned. Vani praised her attire with nude lips, shimmering lashes, raised cheeks and soft wavy hair. His style was very simple, there was no talk about it. Ask us to rate her look and we will definitely rate it. When the outfit looked attractive, Vani flaunted it with her charming personality. Yo ya hell no? Nora Fatehi in a baby pink fusion saree by Tarun Tahiliani.

Vani Kapoor

Vani Kapoor (Photo courtesy: Instagram)

We are certainly approving of her choice, but it is our decision and you may vary. Do you think her dress is worthy of all good words or is it too dull for your taste? Tweet us your answers

(The above story first appeared on Reporter Door on February 25, 2021 01:00 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website reporterdoor.com) .

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