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Sunny sizzles in a low cut lehenga choli

By Rediff Get Ahead Bureau
Last updated on: March 25, 2019 10:16 IST
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Meet two of B-town's most sizzling showstoppers!

The Bombay Times Fashion Week held at St Regis in Mumbai had its fair share of oomph and glam with actors, models and beauty queens walking the ramp for leading designers.

See how Sunny Leone and Malaika Arora sent our hearts racing with their showstopping looks.

All photographs: Kind courtesy Bombay Times Fashion Week

Sunny Leone walks at Bombay Times Fashion Week 2019

Sunny Leone walked for the label Soshai by actor turned designer Sophiya Gupta at the fashion week.

Sunny Leone walks at Bombay Times Fashion Week 2019

The actor sizzled in a shiny silver embellished lehenga with an off shoulder low cut choli baring her cleavage and midriff.
With her hair styled in soft curls, Sunny opted for minimal makeup and accessories to let the outfit do all the talking.

Malaika Arora Khan at Bombay Times Fashion Week

Malaika Arora turned showstopper for Kalki Fashion's Zinnia collection which was unveiled on Day Two of the fashion week in Mumbai.

Malaika Arora Khan at Bombay Times Fashion Week

Sharing details of the outfit, Saurabh Gupta, director of KALKI revealed how Malaika was the perfect muse for the collection.
"KALKI custom designed Malaika's gown over an extensive eight week period with intricately hand embroidered flowers to create a timeless masterpiece. The final outcome was nothing less than perfection as Malaika carried the style with utmost confidence and modern attitude," Gupa said.

Malaika Arora Khan at Bombay Times Fashion Week

The collection featured hues of summer in blue, mauve, lime green, mustard, fuchsia pink and fiery red, modelled by Malaika. 

In Malaika's words, the line is "for the Indian girl who likes to keep her sense of style and dressing fresh, different and bold. It's for all the modern brides and all their 'desi' parties!' the diva added.

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