Modern, trans-seasonal and bold – color blocking is a great fashion fort. While many dive into this experimental pool of bold hedge blending, only a handful effect. While her love for monochrome is very well known and appreciated, Rasika Dugal recently added a few things to the hype Mirzapur 2 Promotion. Separating the vibrant purple and red color of a top and skirt respectively, Rasika complements the entire vibe with blue sandals and nude glam. The delight of the audience, Rasika is multi-faceted and does not cease to amaze us with her spontaneity and playfulness. She has made a fine on-screen performance, winning over the nascent digital domain for muscular roles in 10-year-old Vijay and again one-of-a-kind films. On the fashion front, Rasika has created an attractive arsenal featuring homegrown labels and designers.
The idea of color blocking relies on different colors and combinations of colors to create a more modest color pair or forest. Here’s how Rasika fulfilled this sarcasm. Rasika Dugal’s Emmy Nomination of Delhi Crime: Thrilled That It’s Getting the Recognition That Its Disqualified.
Rasika Dugal – Colorful Chic Chaos
A purple top was neatly tucked into a very red red skirt by Ananya Arora. Blue strappy heels, tribal from amrapali, sleek hair and subtle makeup completed her look. Rasika Dugal wears stunning blue bands and checks with those new ethnic vibes!
Rasika Dugal (Photo Credit: Instagram)
On the professional front, Rasika was last seen in a comedy-drama, Lootcase Vijay Raj and Ranveer Shorey in supporting roles, with Kunal Khemu. She will also be seen in Darbaan, A drama that also stars Sharab Hashmi, Sharad Kelkar, Flora Saini and Harsh Chhaya, which follows the story of a guru and his caretaker. He was also seen A suitable boyMinarians, a drama written by Andrew Davis, adapted from Meera Nair, directed by Vikram Seth and adapted from the novel of the same name, played by Tabu, Ishaan Khattar, Tanya Maniktala, Rasika Dugal and Ram Kapoor. The series follows the story of Lata (played by Tanya Manikatla), an avid university student coming of age in North India in 1951.
(The above story first appeared on January 12, 2021 02:10 PM IST. For more news and updates about politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website.)