Urvashi Rautela became the first Indian woman to become a showstopper at Arab Fashion Week

Bollywood actor and model Urvashi Rautela recently became the first Indian woman to become a show stopper at Arab Fashion Week, which was a matter of great pride. The 26-year-old model shared an eye-catching glimpse of the mega-event on Instagram which featured the star in a silver colored dress. In the video, Urvashi is seen adorned in heavy jewelery and surreal make-up, while she is older than the earrings of life. The former Miss Universe looks stunning wearing diamond jewelry and a gold shed eyeshadow. Black Rose: Urvashi Rautela looks stunning in a red sari in her Telugu debut first look poster

The video, shared by Rautela, features a picture of black and white and a glimpse of the actor posing for a ramp-walk. As the video begins, it shows his major achievements. It reads, “The youngest, most beautiful woman in the universe. The only actress to win the most beauty titles in all of history: Miss Universe India twice, the first Bollywood actress to open Arab Fashion Week, the first Bollywood actress on the cover, Desi Desi Dubai. Situated luxury travel and fashion magazine – Urvashi Rautela. ”The shots featuring the star coincided with the music of the violin. Black Rose: Urvashi Rautela talks about filming for her Telugu debut in COVID-19 Times

In a sneak peek post of Fashion Week, the ‘Hate Story 4’ star posted a clip of the glamorous cover shoot with XPEDITION Magazine. He dedicated the cover page to the festival of lights – Diwali. And for its special edition – Urvashi Rautela – has also become a cover star for the first time from Bollywood.

The post reads, “Light is coming to take back everything that darkness has stolen.” “Here is a glimpse of our first cover star from Bollywood @urvashirautela and as we celebrated Roshni aka Diwali for her most glamorous cover with XPEDITION Magazine,” he said.

“Diwali symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and wisdom over ignorance. This issue is dedicated to the world that has experienced a global epidemic at the beginning of the year, about racial discrimination, economic accidents and social injustice. The Post has been told that the time has come to unite, gather dust, stand up and illuminate the world with our golden light.

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