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Mouni Roy immerses in tradition on Mahalaya Amavasya, looks dreamy in white saree

Mouni Roy never fails to hit the bullseye when it comes to fashion and style. The festive occasion of Mahalaya Amavasya brought out the best of tradition in her.

Mouni Roy: The festive season is already here and so comes the time to transform into our traditional avatars. Mouni is already soaked neck deep into traditional and cultural aura. On the occasion of Mahalaya Amavasya, the gorgeous star dropped exclusive pictures on her Instagram in a traditional white saree while wishing everyone the greetings of Mahalaya.

Mouni Roy celebrates Mahalaya in a traditional way

The glamorous diva from B-town is known for her classy picks in fashion. Her beautiful looks project a perfect combination of innocence and sensuality. No matter what Mouni wears, it immediately tops the fashion trends. She is a brand in herself. Just about an hour ago, the glamorous star posted ravishing pictures in a traditional white saree while celebrating Mahalaya Amavasya. Mouni in her traditional Bengali avatar looks nothing less than an angel.

The traditional white saree that Mouni donned was a handmade Garad silk saree. It was colored in the traditional red and white colors. For the uninformed, Garad or ‘Gorod’ in Bengali refers to white. These are famous for their undyed silk fabric. Mouni draped herself in this traditional Bengali saree to bring out the best of festive vibes from within her. She posed for her gorgeous clicks at a historical site. This was probably the most simplistic look projected by the star yet, with minimal glam and just a small bindi to complement her outfit.

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Netizens’ reactions to Mouni’s traditional look

The glamorous diva attracted huge traffic to her post within minutes. In just an hour, her fans hammered the like button more than 110k times. Some of their heartfelt comments read, “Who are you ? A goddess or an angel ?,” “sunder (beautiful),” “Wooo this look is bangoli but some Garba too,” “Best Aagomoni.Look…Shubho Mohaloya…,” “Certainly, The Epitome of Beauty,” etc.


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