Actor Priya Prakash Varrier, more popular as the ‘wink girl’, just wore what actor Deepika Padukone wore seven years back at an award show. The Malayalam actor is in Mumbai to launch the teaser of her debut Hindi film, titled Sridevi Bungalow. It was at the event of her film that she flaunted a black and gold dress, exactly similar to Deepika’s black and gold outfit from designer Dolce & Gabbana.
Priya was clicked at the event posing for the shutterbugs. She kept her hair side swept in curls and chose a pair of big earrings to go with the dress. Here’s how she looked:
Priya Prakash Varrier at the teaser launch of her Bollywood film (Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah/ India.com)
Now, see how Deepika styled her outfit at the award show in 2012:
Deepika Padukone in Dolce & Gabbana at Vogue Beauty Awards 2012 (Photo COurtesy: Getty Images)
Priya was also seen last night at the special film screening of Uri: The Surgical Strike, organised by actor Vicky Kaushal. She posed with other stars including Ranveer Singh at the event. Here are the photos:
Ranveer Singh, Priya Prakash Varrier, Vicky Kaushal (Photo Courtesy: Instagramemail@example.com/Yogen Shah)
Priya also flaunted an ethnic look earlier yesterday. She wore a blue-coloured Anarkali as she posed at a hotel in style. Here:
Priya Prakash Varrier (Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah/ India.com)
The actress looked lovely in all her recent appearances. She also shared a picture of her posing in a green-coloured dress while at the Uri screening. She styled her look with straight hair and dewy makeup.
The lovely Priya Prakash Varrier became the talk of the town and the ‘national crush’, thanks to the Manikya Malaraya Poovi video from her maiden Mollywood film Oru Adaar Love that went viral. In the romantic video, she was seen winking at her on-screen lover and redefining the meaning of cuteness. As expected, the wink and cute expressions made the teenager an overnight sensation. Now that she has entered Bollywood finally, it will be interesting to see how things turn up for her in the industry.