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Uorfi Javed, known for her controversial outfits and out-of-the-box style, is making headlines for wearing an International brand for the first time in India. The actress often gets in trouble for her statements and how she carries herself in public. While many don't like her style, she remains one of the top-searched actresses on social media.
Recently, Uorfi ditched her self-designed outfits and donned a super expensive outfit worn by International celebrities like Kim Kardashian And Beyonce. According to reports, she is the first Indian actress who wore the brand, MUGLER. She looked gorgeous in a barely-there black-hued bodysuit. Her look was accentuated with dewy sheen makeup, soft pink lips and hair tied in a bun.
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A few days ago, Uorfi posted a video on her Instagram handle, wherein she was seen showing off her style. The actress, who is her own stylist, was seen wearing black shorts and as a top, she covered herself with her long braided hair.
For the unversed, Uorfi rose to fame with her stint in the reality show, Bigg Boss OTT. After this, she made many appearances in the media with her bold looks. Recently, she also made her debut with the song, Haye Haye Yeh Majboori.
Uorfi Javed also landed in trouble for her semi-nude outings. She was questioned for two hours at the police station after BJP leader, Chitra Wagh had filed a complaint against her. The complaint was made against her for wearing objectionable clothes and promoting nudity on the streets of Mumbai.
What do you think of Uorfi's look?
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Uorfi Javed never skips a chance to hit the headlines with her fashion quotient. Uorfi won fame with her stint on Bigg Boss OTT. Apart from that, she also appeared in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and Kasautii Zindagii Kay. However, the actress then tried her hands at fashion andRead More