From Shilpa to Yami Gautam, actresses came out in this way on KarvaChauth

On 24th October, the festival of Karva Chauth was celebrated with great event Karva Chauth festival is celebrated by all people irrespective of which category they belong to. The list also includes the Bollywood industry where the festival of Karva Chauth is celebrated every year and this time too. Every actress fast for her husband. This time the Bollywood actress was seen in a variety of ethnic outfits. Shilpa Shetty was also on the list. She shared a picture of herself smiling on Instagram and wished everyone.

Apart from her, Shahid Kapoor's wife Mira Rajput was also spotted on the occasion of Karva Chauth. She was seen in a pink printed dress. Yami Gautam also looked beautiful in her first Karva Chauth. Yami looked like a new bride. She wore an orange printed saree. Actress Sonali Bendre was seen in a pink salwar shoot whereas Rahul Vaidya's wife Disha Parmar, the runner-up of Bigg Boss 14, was seen in a red saree and shared several photos of herself. Raj Kapoor's daughter Reema Jain was spotted with her daughter-in-law Anisa Malhotra Jain. Both of them were looking beautiful.

Anisa is in a traditional pink outfit. Padmini Kolhapuri was spotted in green outfit on the occasion of Karwa Chauth. Film writer Shashank Khaitan's wife Nalini Dutta Khaitan looked gorgeous in a red salwar shoot.




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