Diwali glamour: Sonakshi Sinha lights up Arpita Khan's festive bash with beau Zaheer Iqbal, Check pics

    Sonakshi Sinha and Zaheer Iqbal dazzle in traditional outfits at a high-profile Diwali party hosted by Arpita Khan Sharma and Aayush Sharma last week.

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    Sonakshi Sinha and Zaheer Iqbal

    In a splendid celebration of tradition and glamour, Bollywood's beloved Sonakshi Sinha, accompanied by beau Zaheer Iqbal, graced the Diwali party of Arpita Khan Sharma and Aayush Sharma last week, making a statement that resonated with festive spirit and style. The couple's attire was a harmonious blend of contemporary design and traditional motifs, epitomizing the modern Indian festive look.

    Sonakshi Sinha, a vision of elegance, donned a royal purple ensemble that featured a sparkling crop top and a flowing skirt, edged with delicate embroidery that paid homage to Indian craftsmanship. The skirt's fluid silhouette, paired with a sheer dupatta, added a layer of classic sophistication. 

    She accessorized her attire with a statement choker, bangles, and a potli bag adorned with golden embellishments, which complemented her attire's regal hue. Her makeup was a soft palette that highlighted her features, while her hair was styled in loose, cascading waves, adding a touch of glamour to the traditional outfit.

    Zaheer Iqbal complemented her perfectly in an ivory kurta that boasted intricate embroidery, which subtly caught the light, paired with classic white trousers. His choice of a traditional Indian kurta with modern tailoring spoke volumes of the fusion trend that's taking the festive fashion world by storm. 

    A sophisticated wristwatch and polished brown shoes completed his look, striking a balance between opulence and understated elegance.

    This gathering was not just a celebration of the festival of lights but also a confluence of the who's who in Bollywood, dressed in their festive best, making it a night of high fashion and revelry. As the night unfolded, it became a canvas displaying the vibrant and rich tapestry of Indian ethnic wear, celebrated by the glitterati with much enthusiasm.

    (Several parts of the text in this article, including the title, were generated with the help of an AI tool.)