Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta's wedding was quite a grand affair for Bollywood celebrities. It is a known fact that whenever festivities or gatherings take place which demands Bollywood fraternity to come together and hang out. Sure, apart from the amazing inside pictures from the parties of celebs chilling with each other is quite the highlight. Apart from that, the fashion choices they pick for the evening also poses a very interesting insight to us commoners because who doesn't love some good style inspiration?
However, not everyone lives up to the mark with respect to their fashion choices. Last night at the wedding reception, many B-townies were missing as they attended the wedding ceremony the previous day. Diana Penty, Malaika Arora, Shahid Kapoor, to name a few, looked really good in their respective ensembles. But Karan Johar, Dia Mirza, Karisma Kapoor, Kiara Advani, weren't up to date with their OOTNs. Check them out below.
We've seen this already so there's nothing striking about Karan's Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla ensemble, except perhaps the added bling. He could've upped his game, we had high hopes from him!
Right from the top hat to the trenchcoat on a shirt, everything was off about Arjun's look. Even his suave demeanour couldn't help the look he was trying to pull off.
The Raw Mango red saree is such gorgeous clothing but has had its panache concealed under the layer of trenchcoat! She could've just gone with the saree and ditched the underwhelming trenchcoat!
Do we really have to state the obvious or do the sleeves on Pooja say it all? We're still trying to figure out if it is a saree or a lehenga or just a bunch of fabric stitched to create something that wasn't required?
Just on the previous day, Kiara floored us with her sublime Manish Malhotra lehenga. What happened in 24 hours that made her choose an ensemble worthy of garba?
This is not a good ethnic suit and even Dia knows it. You can tell from her face that she is not liking the look. Or perhaps we are too averse to the red ensemble with its bad nightgown-ish fabric that we're imagining her intent to the expression in the picture.