The lovely Bhumi Pednekar successfully paved her way into our hearts with her debut project, Dum Laga Ke Haisha, and has stayed there ever since. With an immensely charming persona, and an inspirational weight-loss journey, she has managed to make her presence in the industry felt.While we admire her warm personality to bits, her style-sense hasn’t risen up our fashion-radar enough to catch any attention. The actress, who generally plays safe with fashion without making any experimental appearances, was recently spotted in a not-so-great outfit that got our eyebrows instantly raised.Picture courtesy: Instagram/psbhumi Also Read: Kareena Kapoor, Malaika Arora & others are making workout attire sexy againBhumi made a public appearance with actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who looked totally dapper, like always, while Bhumi’s attire was the opposite of happening. Sporting a white, floral dress that was beautifully offset by blue and pink flowers, the actress went completely off with the styling of the attire.Photo: Yogen Shah Also Read: 7 outfits Gurmeet Ram Rahim wore that no average human being canThe dress was gorgeous, and would’ve made for a vibrant, day wear, had she not thrown over a sheer, shirt-jacket that looked out of place. While sheer jackets are a rage this season, Bhumi’s ensemble had a raincoat-look to it, thanks to the weird blue pocket on it. The maroon knot-belt on it was an insult to injury that completely sunk her ship.Photo: Yogen Shah While the look was extremely dud, we really liked the utter simplicity with which she carried it, and looked just so pretty.advertisement
Thiruvananthapuram: As normalcy was slowly returning to rain-battered Kerala, people have started moving to their homes from relief camps, even as the toll climbed to 113 on Saturday, with more bodies being retrived from the landslide hit districts of Malappuram and Wayanad. As per the 9 AM update, 50 people have so far lost their lives in Malappuram and 12 in Wayanad, the two northern districts, where 28 people are still missing. Search operations are continuing at Kavalappara in Malappuram and Puthumala in Wayanad, the two areas which were the worst hit in the second spell of South West Monsoon rains since August 8, where massives landslides had wiped out two villages. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ A team of experts from Hyderabad are expected to arrive at Kavalappara on Saturday with Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) which would help in detection of bodies buried under mounds of earth. In Malappuram, 21 are missing, 7 in Wayanad and one person in Kottayam, the update said. Seventeen deaths have been reported from Kozhikode, nine each from Kannur and Thrissur and five from Idukki. As rains receded, people have started returning to their homes after cleaning the accumulated mud and filth. Good samaritans from neighbouring districts are also lending a helping hand in the clean up operations. At least 12,761 houses were partially and 1,186 were fully destroyed in the rains and in the 805 camps, 1,29,517 people are still residing.