Airport Fashion: Parineeti Chopra Chooses a Chic Pantsuit for the Airport; Shriya Saran Displays Swag in Dress

Parineeti Chopra and Shriya Saran were recently snapped at the airport. The actresses served classic style in black and white outfits.


Airport Fashion: Following a two-week honeymoon in Delhi, newlywed Parineeti Chopra returns to Mumbai. Yesterday at the airport, she was seen looking stylish. On the other side, Shriya Saran was photographed this morning departing the city in a novel avatar. Let’s look at the pictures.

¬†Parineeti Chopra’s Airport Fashion with Chic Pantsuits

After two weeks after marriage, Parineeti makes a stylish comeback to Mumbai. She decides to wear an all-black pantsuit that consists of a t-shirt, high-waisted pants, and a jacket. She was gorgeous in this domineering outfit. But there’s more! Parineeti maintains her outfit unadorned and understated. But her high ponytail makes her look glamorous. The fact that she had a sindoor on her head and chutes in her hands made her look like an Indian wife, which drew our attention. As Paps inquired about Jiju, Raghav Chadha, the AAP leader, grinned.

Dreamy Griha Pravesh ceremony of Parineeti Chopra

At her new house after her marriage, a new wife only asks for respect. And everyone lavished Parineeti Chopra with a lot of affection, including her in-laws who gave her a spectacular welcome. The photographer’s Instagram feed posted a video of the woman’s griha pravesh ceremony.

Swag In A White Dress From Shriya Saran Airport Fashion

Shriya Saran, on the other hand, turned up this morning at the airport in a refreshing manner as she was departing the city. She chooses a straightforward white dress with a thigh-high slit and a brown belt to hold the net jacket elements in place. With no makeup or accessories, she kept it basic. However, her charming grin caused hearts to race.

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Talking about her professional life

Regarding Shriya Saran’s most recent professional undertakings, she had two films released this year that shown on the silver screen. The first was the R. Chandru-directed, all-Indian production Kabzaa. In the second film, Music School, she appeared with Sharman Joshi and Prakash Raj. Papa Rao Biyyala, an expert scriptwriter and director, successfully crafted the Telugu and Hindi dubbing for the Indian musical movie, Music School.

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