Actor Yami Gautam was walking on the ramp at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week 2019 when she faced an unfortunate awkward moment. While walking as the showstopper for the designer duo, Gauri & Nainika, Yami tripped on the ramp. However, the actor immediately carried herself and continued to walk with elan. Yami got appreciated for maintaining a graceful stance post the incident and not letting anything deter her confidence.

The video from the event showing Yami completing her walk is currently going viral on the internet. Dressed in a stunning tulle nude-coloured gown with big flower applique detail, the actor looked fabulous. Here’s the video:

Kudos to Yami for showing immense grace and confidence! On the work front, the actor is basking in the success of her latest release Uri: The Surgical Strike. The film is on its way to reach past Rs 170 crore at the Box Office. The film, also featuring Vicky Kaushal in the lead, has been appreciated by both the critics and the audience alike. While the collection shows there’s no stopping for the film, its star-cast has also been praised for giving some terrific performances.

Yami was also felicitated by the BSF regiment for her performance in the film. Talking about the same, she said, “BSF is the first line of defence of our country and it gives me immense pride to have met them in person and be in their company. It was kind of them leaving me overwhelmed to have given me this love and to the team. Wherever we have travelled with the film, especially meeting the men who serve our country have showered us with a great deal of appreciation and love.”

Vicky, too, talked about the love he received for his performance in the film in an interview recently. He told Pinkvilla, “It is always good to be at the receiving end of so much love from the audiences because that validation is so so special for you as an artist. It gives you so much encouragement and so much motivation to just give your best. Every artist is looking for a year like that and I feel blessed to have gotten the opportunity to work with the kind of directors I got to work with and back to back. It was an immensely enriching and learning experience for me to hop on to such incredible projects.”