It was a star-studded affair at the grand finale of Lakme Fashion Week 2018 on Sunday evening. Veteran actress Hema Malini and daughter Esha Deol Takhtani walked the ramp fordesigner Sanjukta Dutta on the final day of LFW with their traditional avatars turning heads.
The fashion week saw many designers showcasing their collection. Celebrities like Bipasha Basu, Dia Mirza, Karisma Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor, Radhika Apte, Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao and others turned showstoppers for their favourite designer. Dream girl Hema Malini and daughter Esha Deol Takhtani walked the ramp together.
Taking to Instagram, Esha shared pictures of the event, writing, "Walking the ramp with my most comfortable partner my mother @dreamgirlhemamalini for the awesome talented designer @sanjukta_dutta"
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The mother-daughter duo looked nothing less than regal as they sashayed down the runway in vibrant outfits by designer Sanjuktta Dutta.
While Esha wore a pink blouse paired with a white skirt with printed border and a dupatta draped in a Gujarati style, the 'Dream Girl' dazzled in a multi-colored silk saree with traditional bangles, kamarbandh, and earrings.
Both of them completed their look with maang-tikas, gajras, red bindi and heavy makeup.
Recently. Esha Deol Takhtani unveiled her Bengali bride look from Ram Kamal Mukherjee's short film Cakewalk here. The actress is marking her comeback with the 22-minute film in which she plays the role of a chef.
"It took almost three hours for me to get the look right. Thanks to my director Ram Kamal who was very particular about every detail," Esha said.
She was styled by Kareen Punjwani for the look. The heavy gold embroidered Benarasi saree was sourced for just one shot in the film, whose poster has been designed by the city-based Ekta Bhattacharya.