Alia Bhatt landed on the carpet of Met Gala wearing a white gown, fans said - angel came from the sky
Met Gala 2023: Actress Alia Bhatt has made her debut on Mel Gaana. Alia made an entry in a white gown on the red carpet. During this, the actress looked very beautiful. Every year this event starts in May. This time also started on May 1.
Hollywood cinema's biggest fashion night i.e. Met Gala 2023 has started. More than one star are showing their charm on the red carpet. Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt has also made her debut. Alia made an entry in a white gown on the red carpet. During this, the actress looked very beautiful.
Every year this event starts in May. This time also started on May 1. The Met Gala is a charitable fashion show held annually at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in New York. After waiting for hours, finally, Alia Bhatt's look has come to the fore. On this special occasion, the actress wore a white gown. Which is made of white coloured pearls. This gown has been designed by Nepali-American designer Prabal Gurung.
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With this look, the actress also carried matching gloves and unique earrings. Talking about hairstyle, the actress gave a very glamorous look with a middle parting. Alia has also shared pictures on her Instagram account. At the same time, the actress's sister Shaheen Bhatt has also shared pictures on social media and wrote in the caption - Met Gala - Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty. Earlier, the actress had shared a black ad white photo of her look and wrote 'And we are ready'.
This year's theme is "Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty". Karl passed away in the year 2019. Lagerfeld was known for his unique style. He always wore a black suit and was always seen in dark glasses. Apart from Alia Bhatt, many Hollywood stars were also seen, including Kim Kardashian, Billie Eilish, Kendall Jenner, Rihanna, Gigi Hadid, Naomi Campbell, Rose and Janine walked on the red carpet.
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