Juhi Chawla shared her look from Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra’s mehendi ceremony on social media.
Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra may be delaying posting pictures from their haldi and mehendi functions, but Juhi Chawla isn’t waiting for anyone. On Friday morning, she took to Twitter to share her look from the mehendi function of the couple from earlier this week.
Juhi is pictured in the pictures wearing exquisite jewelry along with a deep purple sharara. She thanked everyone who contributed to her appearance at the event as she posed in the Suryagarh Palace hotel’s hallways. Love the traditional? She wrote. Greetings from the team! Mehndi ritual. Veena Nagda, a mehendi artist, also posted a picture of Juhi wearing another traditional attire while displaying the mehendi artwork on her palm.
Fans of the actor showered her with compliments for her look. “Nice to see you, Juhi. You have a magnificent personality,” wrote a fan. “You’re rocking that color, ma’am,” wrote another.
Earlier, Juhi had also shared her look from the wedding as well. She wore a red sharara with a cream-beige dupatta. She styled her hair in tight curls and posed at the same spot in the hotel. Sharing the post, she captioned it, “Flaunting my Indian-ness.”
She also teased fans with a glimpse of her ‘desi breakfast’ from the wedding in Jaisalmer. On Monday, Juhi briefly interacted with the paps at the airport. “Main to shaadi attend karne jaa rahi hun. Unko hmari blessings hai, bohot hi Sundar Jodi hai Kiara aur Sidharth ki (I am going to attend the wedding. They have our blessings,” Juhi Chawla said.
Juhi also took her Twitter, she shared a picture which she captioned, “said-Kiara”. In the picture, she didn’t reveal her face clearly and could be seen sitting inside a plane with her cap on.
Juhi Chawla is Kiara’s father Jagdeep Advani’s childhood friend. Last year, on the talk show, Social Media Star With Janice, Kiara revealed, “My parents are childhood friends with a couple of actors, I had never even met… except for Juhi aunty (Juhi Chawla), who is my father’s childhood friend.”