Janhvi Kapoor’s block printed Punit Balana kurta is a must-have this monsoon

Janhvi Kapoor goes on a promotion spree for Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl…

Over time, Janhvi Kapoor has proved that if there is one go-to celebrity for comfy, breezy kurtas, it is her, and no one else. With her airport appearances, dance class looks and more, the Kapoor kid has told us all that an investment in a good kurta set can go a long way. One designer Janhvi Kapoor is often seen wearing in Punit Balana. The Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl actor has worn the designer numerous times and seems like she’s in love with the clothes he makes. Why else would Kapoor wear so much from the designers collections.

Janhvi Kapoor in Punit Balana

Recently, Janhvi Kapoor was spotted in a green kurta set from Punit Balana’s Rabari collection as she visited her brother, Arjun Kapoor’s house and was also seen e-promoting her film, Gunjan Saxena, wearing the same kurta set. The kurta and pants came with vertical stripes all along it, while the dupatta is block printed throughout in the designer’s signature rabari style. Kapoor paired the look with juttis, silver jhumkas and a small bindi. And, not to forget, a mask! Shop the look below:

Image Source: All product images have been taken from their respective websites. Janhvi Kapoor: Instagram/HypePR

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#BBSeenScene: Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl Sharan Sharma’s (@sharansharma) #GunjanSaxena rests a lot on the relationship between Janhvi Kapoor’s (@janhvikapoor) Gunjan and Pankaj Tripathi’s (@pankajtripathi) Anup Saxena (Papa). Their relationship is the driving force of the film and it is their chemistry that one really needs to look out for. It’s perhaps the writing of these characters and how the relationship has been written which makes it what it is. In a very significant scene in the film, we see Gunjan heart broken by gender politics at work and has hence returned home. She attends her best friend’s wedding and tells her father that it may be a good time to get married, settle down. Devastated, her father takes her to the kitchen and asks her to make parathas. She doesn’t know how to. He then tells her how choosing to marry has made all the effort both of them put in to make her a pilot futile. Gunjan too doesn’t want to get married, but she’s conditioned and made to believe by the world outside of her that home is the place for women. They aren’t needed at the workplace – an office or the Indian Air Force. The dialogues in this scene are simple but thought provoking. The expressions by both the actors are top-notch too. But the brilliance of this scene lies in its setting. This conversation takes place in the kitchen – a supposed area of female expertise. This is a woman’s office – that’s what this scene tells us. And also that if a woman can run a house, she can use a rifle as well as any other man. Words @kunsahuja

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