Manish Malhotra showcased his latest collection 'Maahrumysha’ during Lakme Fashion Week last night and the very beautiful Katrina Kaif turned the opener of the show. Katrina has been the favourite of Manish Malhotra when it comes to opening his how and why not coz whatever the outfit is, Katrina never fails to look a stunner.
And as always, Katrina again proved to be a perfect muse for Manish, when she hit the ramp wearing the finest piece of Manish’s fresh collect of Indian ensemble.
Katrina left the audience spellbound, when she walked the ramp wearing a black lehenga. Donning a black lehenga amped up with golden work, Katrina looked magnificent. She paired the outfit with a nice necklace and a beautiful pair of studs. Her makeup was subtle with a kinda bold eye makeup, which complimented her outfit very well.
With a simple blouse and heavy worked lehenga, Katrina’s outfit looked extremely elegant. Good Job Manish! I must say.
After walking the ramp, Katrina posed for the media with Manish Malhotra. Do check out the pictures here below:
This was all about the show. But that’s not it, coz Katrina also drove the media and public crazy, when she looked extremely gorgeous in a bodycon dress during a party post the fashion show.
She looked gorgeous in a pastel shade knee length bodycon dress, when was seen entering Manish Malhotra apartment for an after party.
Katrina is currently busy shooting for her next flick with Bollywood’s Khiladi Akshay Kumar. The duo has worked in several films together have given some smashing hits. Akshay and Katrina have once again united for Sooryavanshi. The movie is directed by Rohit Sheety and produced by both Shetty and Karan Johar. Sharing her feelings about sharing the screen space once again with Akshay after a couple of years, Katrina told the media, “ It's really nice to be back with Akshay. But it's a different space altogether. It's comedy again. I haven't done comedy for a while. So, the first day on the sets, I was trying to find my bearings. Rohit sir and his team are really good actors. You have to be right in it, on your toes. I took a day or two to find my rhythm."