Ethnic styles are her salient forte as she goes on to infuse life in them with that ethereal and flawless beauty in tow. Any given exquisite Indian ethnic creation finds its apt muse in Aditi aka Mehrunissa of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat. Every now and then, Aditi has us taking cues from her sartorial ethnic and neo-ethnic style arsenal quite diligently. Aditi garnered accolades for the portrayal of the demure but resilient Begum to the menacing Allaudin Khilji in Padmaavat. Her role saw her flit from one intricately crafted ensembles to another while her look was further elevated by a befitting immaculate makeup and vintage accessories. Aditi Rao Hydari attended a wedding recently, channeling a chic minimalist vibe with a deep purple toned Jayanti Reddy lehenga. Minimal jewellery and subtle makeup allowed the rich hue and Aditi's unquestionable resplendent vibe to take centre stage. She was styled by her go-to fashion stylist, Sanam Ratansi.
A certified style chameleon, while her ethnic styles are always heady, she also delves into the vibes of high street style, luxe red carpet ensembles, casual chic outfits and crisp formal wear. We believe her USP lies in pulling them all off with an effortless charm and equal aplomb. Hence, Aditi Rao Hydari rarely locks horns with fashion critics. Here is a closer look at her style.
Aditi Rao Hydari - Exquisite In Purple
It was a deep purple toned lehenga by Jayanti Reddy from the Winter Edit collection. Earrings by Amrapali, center-parted sleek hair and subtle makeup featuring defined eyes and nude pink lips completed her vibe. Aditi Rao Hydari’s Kaftan Dress by Anita Dongre Is What We Need for That Next Holiday!
Aditi Rao Hydari - Style Cheat Sheet
Allowing the rich hue to speak volumes, Aditi makes another stunning case in point for the minimal chic vibe. Aditi Rao Hydari Calls Trolling a Reality You Can’t Run Away From.
On the professional front, Aditi will be seen as Mobi Mehta in the mystery thriller, The Girl On The Train alongside Parineeti Chopra. She will be seen in the Tamil films, Psycho and Thughlak Darbar and in the Telugu film, V and the Malayalam film, Sufiyum Sujathayum.