Vidya Balan never leaves a chance to stun her fans either with her powerhouse performances or her fashion statements. Gracing yet another saree look, the 42-year old was seen exuding elegance in a printed black and yellow shade saree with a sultry cut sleeves blouse and a chick scarf which she knotted around her perfectly tied bun.
Taking to her Instagram handle, the `Kahaani` star shared a series of pictures featuring herself where she can be seen posing confidently for the lens. In the pictures, Vidya is seen effortlessly carrying the beautiful printed saree with a light lace embodied on it. To complete the look, she accessorized her outfit with beautiful retro earrings and a ring. Skipping neckpiece, she complemented the look with a perfectly tied simple bun hairstyle and minimal makeup look.
Referring to her chick scarf retro hairstyle, she captioned the post as, “I am told I am knotty!”
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Within a few minutes of being shared, fans of the star chimed into the comments section and adored her look by leaving fire and lovestruck emoticons. Her `Mission Mangal` co-star Sonakshi Sinha also liked the picture.
Meanwhile, Vidya is currently being lauded for her stellar performance in Amazon Prime Video`s `Sherni`, wherein she essays the character of Vidya Vincent- an upright forest officer, who powers through the brutal beasts of social barriers set by the patriarchal society and the lackadaisical attitudes within her department.
A few days ago, the actor also announced her short film `Natkhat` that will be coming out on July 24. Slated to premiere on the OTT platform Voot, as part of their `Film Festival`, the movie brought India to the 2021 Oscar party after being highly acclaimed by international audiences.
`Natkhat`, which takes on the delicate subject of gender equality, as shown in the teaser of the movie, premiered on YouTube as part of the `We Are One: A Global Film Festival` on June 2, 2020. The Ronnie Screwvala produced film has been helmed by Shaan Vyas, who also co-wrote it with Annukampa Harsh.
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