There is no denying that Mouni Roy is a fashion icon. The actress has repeatedly demonstrated her ability to slay any outfit with her sense of style. The Temptation Island queen Mouni was seen wearing a body-hugging outfit to a fashion event in Mumbai on Tuesday evening. She looked stunning in a blush pink gown with a corset-style top half and a charming short tulle-type skirt underneath.
Her decision to wear her hair down in tight waves and to wear delightful pink makeup added a touch of elegance to her overall look. Mouni exuded confidence and radiance as she posed for the paparazzi, flashing her stunning smile that drew everyone’s attention. Fans were quick to express their admiration for the actress in the comments, with the majority agreeing that she looked stunning. Watch the video here:
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Mouni Roy has come a long way since her TV debut in Ekta Kapoor’s Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. She rose to prominence after appearing in Naagin. Mouni made her Bollywood debut in 2018 with Akshay Kumar’s Gold. Mouni was last seen in Ayan Mukerji’s magnum opus, Brahmastra, last year. She was recently seen in the music video ‘Dotara’ with Jubin Nautiyal. Mouni is currently enjoying success with her new series Sultan of Delhi.
Mouni revealed in a recent interview that projects like Sultan of Delhi and Brahmastra changed people’s perceptions of her as an actor. The actress revealed, “Brahmastra was completely unique. I played very Indianised characters in Gold, RAW, and Made In China. Maybe people only saw me as a saree-clad Indian character’ after Naagin and Sati. So, for Milan, sir to imagine me as this cabaret dancer Nayantara when Brahmastra hadn’t even been released. I believe it is an exciting time to be an actor because directors can see you in a variety of roles. Such wonderful parts are being written. “I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been offered these roles and to be able to play them on screen,”