Pack Bhumi Pednekar’s Saaksha & Kinni dress for your Goa vacation

Pack Bhumi Pednekar’s Saaksha & Kinni dress for your Goa vacation

Also starring Konkona Sensharma, Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare is now available on Netflix…

Don’t be shocked on reading the headline. We know a lot of you are flocking to Goa. Your Instagram stories are proof of the same. And to be honest, we don’t blame you. Being stuck at home for seven months at a stretch can be taxing. So go on, take that vacation as long as you’re taking all precautions and are safe and as long as you don’t forget to pack this purple dress from Saaksha & Kinni that Bhumi Pednekar wore for the promotions of Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare.

Gone are the days when beach clothes are governed by light hues and tropical prints. Take lessons from Bhumi Pednekar’s latest outing and opt for a darker shade. For the promotions, Pednekar stepped out (stayed in for Zoom interviews/press conferences) in a deep purple maxi with abstract print all over. Channelling her inner Kitty, Pednekar kept the sass high and the accessories minimal. The Dum Laga Ke Haisha actress wore her dress with a belt, but if you wish, you can give that a miss. The highlight of her look was a striped hat from Myaraa. It was, in fact, the hat that told us that this is a perfect beach vacay look! For this look, Pednekar was styled by Pranita Shetty.

So, girls, don’t waste too much of your time. Shop a similar dress here and get set packing!

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#BBSeenScene: The Lunchbox Ritesh Batra’s #TheLunchbox focuses largely on companionship. It takes a very interesting and unique road (food) to understand the dynamics of companionship and even the lack of it. Both Ila (played by @nimratofficial) and Saajan Fernandez (played by the late Irrfan) are lonely people. A chance mistake and they find solace in each other, only through words. They never meet. They only exchange letters, and that’s all they share. Words, sentences, paragraphs. There’s also, of course a relationship each of them form with food – that she cooks and he eats. But Batra’s concerns are more than the food being salty today. He goes deep into the aspects of companionship and understands loneliness too not as a constant lurker in the lives of these two individuals but rather as a companion. Both Ila and Saajan are lonely people. She’s in a loveless marriage and he has no one to spend the his with. However, they have each other. But for how long? Batra’s film asks us, how long can you live outside the confines of the boundaries you set for yourself? And how many of us have it in us to even step outside of it? In The Lunchbox, Ila’s marriage and Saajan’s old-age act as these very boundaries to their companionship. So, dear Ila, I will not be needing your tiffins from today… @dharmamovies @darmotionpictures @sikhya @guneetmonga @nawazuddin._siddiqui #7YearsOfTheLunchbox

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