Diwali 2021: 5 ethnic looks of Ananya Panday which will make you look like a pataka
Ananya Panday's ethnic looks for the Diwali festival will surely inspire you to make a note. The actress looks gorgeous in anything that she wears. Don't believe us? Check out the ethnic look photos right here.
Ananya Panday is one of the most gorgeous and talented stars, and the proof of the same is the movies that she has done. She never disappoints her fans with her acting skills and sartorial picks. From the airport to the gym, the diva makes heads turn at all events. As it is the season of Diwali, we decided to stalk her ethnic looks, and we are sure that if you follow her desi fashion sense, you will look like a pataka.
The diva wore a grey coloured blouse which had a lot of design work, and teamed it up with a blue lehenga. This attire is perfect for your Diwali party. She also accessorised her look with bangles, neckpiece and traditional headwear. She looks like a goddess in this ethnic outfit and girls you should surely make a note of the same. Also read: Photos: Ananya Pandey, Sara Ali Khan, Janhvi Kapoor, and others, here is what the stars were up to
The actress looked like a princess in her pink coloured lehenga, which made her look bubbly. She left her tresses open and limited her accessory to a finger-ring. If you are a saree lover, then opt for this pink organza saree. Also read: Anaya Panday, Ishaan Khatter and more spotted in Mumbai; check photos here
The diva looked gorgeous in a golden coloured lehenga. Apart from the lehenga, what caught our attention was the way she left her tresses open. Her beautiful smile, along with her pretty earing, teaches us to nail the Diwali look.
Who said that you could not wear black during the festival of Diwali? If you are fond of the colour, then a multicoloured black lehenga is a must for you. For the complete look, opt a black dupatta too.
Are you planning to attend a wedding function during Diwali? You need to opt for this green and white Indian dress which has a choli and a palazzo to it. Tie a neat plate and team it up with a simple dupatta to look bomb this Diwali.