Fashion Friday: 5 Times Hansika Motwani Proved Minimalism Is The Key To Look Regal

Sneha Bale

November 29, 2019

Entertainment

1 min

Princess in pastel pink

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Most of us have grown up with and while watching Hansika Motwani on screens. From the most popular tv shows to the most hit films, this actor has come a long way. And from cute pigtails to dreamy dresses, she is here to hold the reigns of the fashion world.

This fashion Friday, Hansika is here to prove that a little goes a long way. And looking regal isn’t about how much you add but it’s about how much you let go of. Like, this pretty pastel pink gown. With this flowy evening gown, she only adds an elegant pair of earrings. That’s all she needs to look like a million bucks.

Snow queen in her icy kingdom

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This picture shows Hansika as the snow queen, dressed in a snowy white gown with cherry red embellishments, looks like a queen in her icy kingdom. Who wouldn’t bow down to this beauty?

Shining glory

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Yet another evening gown that we have our eyes on. Mauve, purple, black and all shades of classy! This gown with piped embellishments with a boat shoulder is the right amount of sultry with suave. Double-tap a hundred times.

Maharani in mint green

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When was the last time a saree looked bad on anyone? Well, never. But Hansika, here, is truly amplifying the regal quotient with her mint green net saree and a silver choker. Hansika looks effortlessly chic in this glamorous outfit.

Highness in haute red

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Red is a colour close to Hansika’s heart and this picture makes it our favourite too. Here, she is dressed in an extremely simple red lehenga. Adding more vibrancy to it is the red embroidered top that flows into becoming a part of the lehenga. The dupatta in a matching hue veiling her face becomes the epitome of elegance. Hooped earrings and lipstick make her the most astounding bride ever.

Which look did you fall flat for? Let us know below. Stay tuned for more interesting stories and watch her film Uyire Uyire on ZEE5, for free.

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