Esha Gupta – the actress, model-actress who was topped Miss India International title in 2007, was just lately snapped within the metropolis. And allow us to you, she slayed. The actress- who has been a part of movies like Jannat 2, Raaz 3D, Baadshaho, Rustom and extra, opted to put on one thing much like Margot Robbie’s Babylon LA premiere look however regardless of that, it nonetheless appeared 100% completely different.
Margot opted for a s*xy black, backless hooded brief costume to the premiere of her movie additionally starring Brad Pitt. While the Hollywood bombshell confirmed tons of pores and skin on the purple carpet, Esha was just about coated from head to foot – save a bit of midriff exhibiting, therefore us saying they’re same-same however nonetheless worlds aside.
Talking about Esha Gupta’s outfit, the Bollywood magnificence opted for a full black look that included a high-neck black crop high below a satin-silky drape that make up the remainder of the ensemble. This drape created a saree pleat kinda skirt criss-cross at her hips earlier than masking her head partially. It then fell over her again in a brief (not even touching the ground) practice.
The actress accomplished her appears to be like with opera-style silky black gloves, black fully-covered footwear and a silver-diamond neckpiece. While her hair was pulled again with a small centre parting, Esha Gupta’s make-up consisted of nude lips and clear black strains round her eyes. There’s little doubt she slayed the look and plenty of followers agree with this. However, a number of trolled her look.
Trolling Esha Gupta from her all-black look – that included an hooked up hood and gloves, one netizen wrote, “Kya desiner ko pareshan karne ka aisa hi tha toh direct burkha pehen leti (SIC)” Another added, “The NuN part 3,4,5 something 😂” One went so far as calling her “Lord Voldmort😂” whereas a fourth added, “I thought she wear bhurka..😂” A fifth face palmed writing, “Isko burkha kisne pahenaya 🤦♀️”
Do you assume Esha slayed this look or appeared ‘nay’ in it? Let us know within the feedback.