Let's take a sneak peak at the stunning designer lehengas, which Janhvi Kapoor wore.
By Sonali Sachdeva
Janhvi bewitched us with her surreal charm in Aisha Rao’s Juna appliqued and embellished ‘lehenga’. She paired it with extended shoulder sleeve blouse and blue tulle scallop cutwork ‘dupatta’.
Janhvi donned a heavy peach coloured ‘lehenga- choli’ set from the famous designer, Manish Malhotra. Her ‘lehenga’ was fully stone-studded with lots of mirror work on it. She had looked surreal in it.
The actress wore Amit Aggarwal ‘lehenga-choli’ from his METANOIA collection, for Bridal Asia. The outfit had metallic leaf print on the ‘lehenga’ and came with a metallic green deep cut ‘choli’.
The gorgeous actress wore a hand painted ‘Kalidaar-lehenga’ for the Elle India photo shoot. The outfit was designed by Tarun Tahiliani, which had been embellished with pearls and swarovski crystals.
Janhvi looked absolutely stunning as she donned a green and golden ‘lehenga’ from Manish Malhotra’s exquisite collection. Golden floral motifs had been made on the green ‘lehenga’.
Everyone’s jaw dropped as Janhvi wore designer, Dolly J’s outfit from Gianna Pearl collection. She wore a muted pink shimmer tulle bridal lehenga in which she had looked dreamlike.
The actress had donned a Manish Malhotra 'lehenga'. The lehenga was slim fit from the waist till the knees. It had light sequence work on it with multi coloured stones on 'choli'.
Janhvi had donned a unique golden ‘lehenga’ from the famous designer, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. The ‘lehenga’ had many embellishments and embroidery designed on it, along with some mirror work.
Janhvi Kapoor looked mesmerizing in a hot pink ‘lehenga’ by Manish Malhotra. Her outfit had intricate silver stone work in different floral and check patterns.
Janhvi recently shot for the Elle India and was dressed in Torani’s super cool 'lehenga'. She wore a subtle beige 'lehenga' along with backless bikini style 'choli'.
The actress wore a bohemian style 'lehenga' from Nachiket Barve’s, Millennial Maharanis collection. The blue and pink 'lehenga' was made with a free flow fabric, as it looked soft and luxurious.