Vidya Balan, a powerhouse of talent, the poster girl for the curvaceous Indian woman and the diva with an unflinching attitude has carved a niche with her innately traditional style sense and fashioning her presence with élan. Not the one to follow trends blindly, VIdua asserts her stark demeanor with aplomb and blends ethnicity with contemporary sensibilities. With her on-screen exuberance firmly in place, Vidya’s style game has undergone a phenomenal metamorphosis. Her go-to fashion stylist duo, Pranay Jaitly and Shounak Amonkar have grasped this keen off-screen sensibility only too well. The FICCI (Federation Of Indian Chambers Of Commerce And Industry) event that transpired in Jaipur saw Vidya Balan don an Anita Dongre neo-ethnic creation. The ruby toned jacket - pant set, priced at Rs 110,000 is hand-embroidered by the women artisans of SEWA in motifs inspired by nature.
Making a poignant point with her ethnic style is her thriving vibe. Without further ado, lets recap Vidya’s #OOTD.
Vidya Balan – Ruby Red
Vidya opted for an opulent ruby toned Aashna Set from Anita Dongre’s Festive Winter 2019 collection called Dhaaga featuring a handspun silk jacket featuring full sleeves and matching silk trouser bottoms. The hand-embroidered creation is adorned with signature gota patti, traditional dori, pearl, zardozi, cut dana and sequins work. Vidya complemented the look with a chic low back updo,kohl-rimmed eyes, pink lips, and strappy stilettoes. Statement earrings completed her look. Shakuntala Devi Motion Poster: Vidya Balan as the Human-Computer Brings 'Maths' and 'Fun' in The Same Sentence!
On the professional front, Vidya was last seen in Mission Mangal, featuring alongside an ensemble cast, including Akshay Kumar and Taapsee Pannu, a retelling of the Mars Orbiter Mission. She will be seen in a short film about gender equality, entitled Natkhat, which will also mark her first production venture. She will also portray the mental calculator Shakuntala Devi in an eponymous biopic and will produce and star as Indira Gandhi in a yet-untitled web series based on Sagarika Ghose's biography Indira – India's Most Powerful Prime Minister.