Neha Kakkar leaves Rohanpreet Singh hit with blue silk satin saree

  • Neha Kakkar in a blue silk satin saree, hand embroidered with pearls and pearls, is a sight for sore eyes and these stylish images are proof of that. Check out Rohanpreet Singh’s soft commentary inside

By Zarafshan Shiraz

UPDATED APR 22, 2021 at 4:13 p.m. IST

Rarely leaving a chance to faint on top of each other, singer Rohanpreet Singh has been seen gaga over Neha Kakkar once again and we don’t blame him as we are also struck by the latest flood of photos from the diva in a blue silk satin saree. Flaunting a play of art and culture within six feet of elegance, the Bollywood singer looked like a spectacle for sore eyes.

Taking on social media, the Indian Idol judge shared a multitude of photos featuring her on the sets of the reality show. Neha was framed and donned a hand-embroidered blue silk satin saree with beading and beading all over.

The Indian wear was accented with sequins and Neha paired it with a mid-sleeve blouse with a plunging neckline to add to the oomph factor. Leaving her luscious braids open in her signature soft curls, Neha accessorized her look with a pair of floral-shaped silver earrings and rings.

Sporting a pop of pink lipstick, Neha amplified the glamor quotient with rosy makeup that included highlighted cheeks, mascara-laden lashes, and filled eyebrows. She captioned the images, “#IndianIdol se Mujhe Pyar Hai !! PS Sari Kaisi Lagti Hai Mujhpar? (I love Indian Idol !! PS How do I look in a saree?) ”Sic.

Quick to respond, Neha’s singer-husband Rohanpreet gushed, “Mujhe Tumse Pyaar Hai !! (I love you) ”sic.

Rohanpreet Singh’s comment on Neha Kakkar’s Instagram photos (Instagram / nehakakkar)

The blue saree is credited to Mukund and Sweta’s Jaipur-based Indian fashion label Muksweta, which boasts of hand-painted tailoring. The sari costs originally 15,000 on their creators website.

Neha Kakkar was styled by fashion stylist and wardrobe consultant Ritz Sony.

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