Natasha Dalal exudes a casual vibe in the thigh-print dress she wore while traveling with her husband Barun Davan. Dress with straps ₹3k
Natasha Dalal exudes a casual vibe in the thigh-print dress she wore while traveling with her husband Barun Davan. Dress with straps ₹3k.
Varun Dhawan and his wife Natasha Dalal were recently arrested outside Shashank Khaitan's house in Mumbai. Natasha was caught by the paparazzi in front of the house of the director, in a green dress.
Natasha looked great when she arrived with her husband Varun in an all black attire with a fancy patterned mask. She chose a beautiful dress with a polka dot print and slits at the hips.
She looks great in ensembles. An excellent choice for fighting the heat. There is a huge amount of zar and is worth to ₹3k.
Natasha, who this year married Varun, chose a turquoise linen dress. It includes a cute ruffle neckline on the bodice and a slim strap with a ribbon at the back. The ensemble features the same hidden buttons, a slit at the front at the end and an invisible zip at the back.
The fashion designer wears a bag with a green bag on the shoulder and on the body. A beautiful necklace, hoop earrings and a wide gold bracelet are accessories that can create a basic look.
Back in January, fashion designer Natasha Dalal Varun Davan said yes at a private event in Alibaug. They have been together for many years and have loved each other since childhood.
Professionally, Varun was recently seen in Coolie No. 1. The film, directed by his father David Davan, was released on the digital streaming platform last December. It starred Sara Ali Khan.
Then Barun will appear in Bedia. The actor reunited with his Dilwale star Kriti Sanon in a horror comedy. Directed by Amar Koshik, Bhedia is the latest addition to his horror comedy universe.
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