Disha Patani Looks Divine in a Rohit Bal Lehenga for #TheWhiteSeries Pictures From Akash Ambani-Shloka Mehta's Pre-Wedding Ceremony
Disha Patani (Photo Credits: Instagram)

The Ambani wedding has got all the netizens glued to the internet. Akash Ambani and Shloka Ambani's pre-wedding ceremony in Switzerland is as starry as that of Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal's was. The sangeet ceremony and other pre-wedding customs were carried out in the beautiful Swiss location and it saw who's who from Bollywood world. One of them was Disha Patani who looked like a style goddess in a white ensemble, designed by Rohit Bal. She posted a picture from the event under the hashtag #thewhiteseries. Alia Bhatt Looks Like a Princess in a Pink Manish Malhotra Lehenga at Akash Ambani-Shloka Mehta's Pre-Wedding Ceremony (View Pics).

Disha and her love affair with the wonderful lehengas is known to everyone. Definitely, this one is one of the most beautiful from all of them. While the fans were all used to her sultry Calvin Klein picture series, this was like a breath of fresh air for her Instagram community. She looked stunning as she sported the jewellery by Azotiique by Varun Raheja. Her trendy juttis were by Fizzy Goblet. Check out the pics below.

Disha Patani in Rohit Bal Creation


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styling @mohitrai 🤗🌸 MAkeup and hair by meeee🤪 #thewhiteseries🤪

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A Closer Look of Disha's Ensemble From #TheWhiteSeries

Meanwhile, the actress is all set to make a grand appearance in Salman Khan starrer Bharat. She will be reportedly playing a trapeze artist in the same. Speaking of the role, she said, "I’ve yet to play a modern character. In the Dhoni biopic, I was a girl-next-door and in Baaghi 2, except for the college portions, I was a married woman desperate to find her lost child. In that sense, Bharat was more contemporary except that my trapeze artist is from the ’60s and ’70s." While her look in the film is awaited, these stills from the pre-wedding bash of Akash and Shloka are indeed a treat to the sore eyes.