Disha Patani's Blue Lehenga And Mouni Roy's Yellow Saree Are Ideal Picks For A Diwali Party

Maanyata Thu |Oct 25, 2019

Mouni Roy and Disha Patani recently gave us major fashion goals for this upcoming Diwali. Check out their latest pictures here!

Diwali is just a few days away and we have started finding the perfect outfits and accessories to rock this occasion. When it comes to choosing a traditional ensemble for Diwali, nothing is better than taking inspiration from our beautiful Bollywood divas.

Recently, Mouni Roy and Disha Patani, who barely disappoint us with their sense of style, took to Instagram to treat fans with some stunning pictures of themselves and we can’t stop swooning over their sartorial picks.

Mouni Roy and Disha Patani
Image Source: Instagram

Disha Patani, who last appeared in Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif-starrer Bharat, shared a photo featuring her in a pretty blue lehenga. The number came with mirror work and was paired with matching dupatta and sleeveless choli.

With hair perfectly styled in loose waves, the stunner accessorized her look with a gold watch and pearl bangle. For makeup, Disha went for a minimal tone of gold and bronze. Nude lips and kohl-rimmed eyes made for a beauty look.

On the other hand, Mouni Roy looked gorgeous in yellow saree with intricate embroidery over it that she teamed up with a long-sleeved blouse. The actress accentuated her glam with a statement choker. Keeping her locks open, she opted for bold red lips and smoky eyes to complete her look.

On the professional front, Disha Patani has recently wrapped up her forthcoming film Mohit Suri's Malang in which she will be paring with Aditya Roy Kapur.

Meanwhile, Mouni Roy is currently preparing for her next release titled Mikhil Musale's Made In China opposite Rajkummar Rao, which is all set to hit the big screen on 25 October this year.


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