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Janhvi Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan are among the most talked-about young talents in the Hindi film industry. While Janhvi has already debuted, Sara's first movie is yet to be released. Apart from their acting, they are making waves as budding fashionistas too. They are almost always gracefully turned up and never shy away from experimenting. Additionally, they also like to keep it simple and fuss-free, especially if they are not attending events.
So, recently, Sara was papped with her mother, Amrita Singh while coming out of a theatre and Janhvi was spotted in the city post lunch. The common part about their looks was that they not only donned salwar suits but their outfits also had a lot of similarities.
Coming to Sara first, her outfit consisted of a white-hued kurta, which was long and breezy and she paired it with churidaar pyjamis. She draped a multi-coloured dupatta with her ensemble. Her dupatta was splashed in green, yellow, and red hues. We loved her sorbet-hued dupatta and it accentuated her traditional look. Sara teamed her attire with bright yellow-coloured jootis. Her makeup was light and she left her tresses side-swept.
Janhvi, on the other hand, also wore an ivory-hued kurta, which was subtly embroidered. She teamed it with matching churidaars too. However, her dupatta was different from Sara's. Her dupatta was crafted out of a sheer material and was adorned with very light pink and green minimal patterns. She paired her ensemble with pink-hued jootis and accessorised her look with jhumkis. Her makeup was highlighted by pink touches and her side-swept hairdo completed her look.
We found their looks pretty similar and beautiful too. They would have given us a twinning moment had they gone out together. So, whose look did you like more?