Photos: Rani Mukerji makes a strong case for pinstripes with her recent red carpet appearance

    Rani Mukerji redefines elegance in a pinstripe suit at a recently concluded awards event.

    Rani Mukerji

    Rani Mukerji

    Rani Mukerji graced the red carpet at an awards event held on last Friday, not just as a celebrated actor but also as a fashion icon. In a world where glitter and sequins often dominate, Mukerji took a bold step back to classic style, choosing to make a statement with a sharp pinstripe suit that exuded confidence and sophistication.

    Her suit was tailored to perfection, the pinstripes running down in perfect alignment, creating an illusion that elongated her frame. The jacket, a single-breasted piece, was buttoned just above the waist, allowing the fabric to drape naturally, highlighting her form without restricting movement. The trousers followed suit, cut wide and hanging straight, swaying subtly as she moved.

    Rani’s choice to don a power suit in a sea of gowns and dresses was a nod to the evolving nature of red-carpet fashion, where the lines between traditional gender-specific attire are happily blurring. She paired the suit with a simple black top underneath, ensuring the suit remained the centrepiece of her ensemble.

    Accessorizing minimally, she allowed the suit to take centre stage. Her hair was styled straight and left open, cascading over her shoulders, framing her face in a soft yet commanding way. Her makeup was equally understated, with a focus on her eyes, which were accentuated with smoky eyeshadow and kohl, while her lips remained neutral.

    Rani Mukerji's appearance at the awards show was not only a celebration of her illustrious career but also a testament to her timeless sense of style. She walked the red carpet with the ease of someone who is no stranger to the limelight, yet with a grace that suggested she does not take her place in it for granted.

    On the work front, Rani was last seen as Debika Chatterjee in Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway that released earlier in March this year. Based on a true story, the film chronicles Debika's relentless fight for custody when the Norwegian authorities take away her children. The film is now available to stream on Netflix. 

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