Neha Kakkar leaves Rohanpreet Singh stunned when she kills in a blue silk satin sari

  • Neha Kakkar in blue silk satin sare, hand embroidered with pearls and beads, is a sight for sore eyes and these elegant images are proof. Check out Rohanpreet Singh’s mocking comment inside

From Zarafshan Shiraz

Updated April 22, 2021 4:13 PM IST

Rarely leaving a chance to faint on top of each other, singer Rohanpreet Singh has been seen abandoning Neha Kakkar again and we don’t blame him as we are equally shocked by the latest flood of images of the protagonist in a blue silk satin sare. Exposing a relationship of art and culture in the six yards of elegance, the Bollywood singer looked like a sight for sore eyes.

Taking her social media, the Indian Idol judge shared many pictures depicting her on the plates of the television reality show. Neha was framed by wearing a blue silk satin sare, which was hand embroidered with pearls and beads.

The Indian wear improved with sequins and Neha paired it with a half-sleeved blouse that came with a plunging neckline to add the oomph factor. Leaving her delicate hair open in her signature soft curls, Neha attached her look with a pair of flower-shaped silver earrings and finger rings.

Wearing some pink lipstick, Neha enhanced the glamor quotient with rosy makeup that included highlighted cheeks, mask-laden eyelashes and full eyebrows. She titled the pictures, “#IndianIdol if Mujhe Pyar Hai !! PS Sari Kaisi Lagti Hai Mujhpar? (I love Indian Idol !! PS How do I look in sare?)” Sic.

Quickly responding, Neha’s singer-husband, Rohanpreet, tossed, “Mujhe Tumse Pyaar Hai !! (I love you)” sic.

Comment by Rohanpreet Singh on Neha Kakkar’s Instagram pictures (Instagram / nehakakkar)

The blue sare is credited to Jaipur-based Mukund and Sweta’s Indian fashion label, Muksweta, which boasts of hand-painted fashion. The sare originally costs 15,000 on its designer website.

Neha Kakkar was styled by celebrity fashion stylist and wardrobe consultant, Ritz Sony.

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