Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Do the fall Kriti-ve way

'Dilwale' hottie Kriti Sanon sauces up The Juice

Look, look, who is this cover star? Jabong.com magazine The Juice gets the ‘Dilwale’hottie Kriti Sanon for their December cover. While winter is in full bloom, Kriti is scorching the pages of the mag. There is no fault in this rising star, shining bright like a diamond here. The cover shoot showcases hot fall trends. Learn it to do Kriti way!

For the cover, Kriti is wearing a glitzy Topshop dress. One will love the faux fur gilet by Dorothy Perkins on her. It’s quite fall-like and is glamorously sexy. If you are lusting for those boots, let us tell you it’s also from the brand Dorothy Perkins. Here’s a low down on the outfits worn by Kriti that can make you look a style diva.

Don’t miss the sequined pencil skirt worn by the actress with a crop top and Robot bag by Accessorize. If you are big on faux fur then you can try maroon-colored Miss Bennett London crop top too.

Styled by Surbhi Shukla, KritiSanon has worn some interesting winter attires for the shoot. You can take a cue from the actress and can jazz up your wardrobe any day. Splurging on boots and faux fur coats can never be a bad choice.

Besides giving those looks for The Juice December shoot, Kriti Sanon has talked her heart out. She has spoken in length about her switch from engineering to modeling. How tough her days were before she signed her debut film 'Heropanti'. Now she can’t think of quitting acting. “I don’t think I can quit acting. Once you have tasted the high of doing what you love, nothing can compare,” says the actress.

Working with Shahrukh Khan, Kajol and Rohit Shetty was a dream come true moment for her. Kriti Sanon doesn’t want to be a glam doll anymore, she hopes to shock herself with the roles she opts now.

The jamboree gets bigger as the December issue of The Juice also features some interesting party trends for the coming Christmas-New Year season. Also, get to know five different ways to wear red. Want to look fit in four weeks? Fitness expert Ishika Sachdev chalks out a fitness and beauty regime for you.

There is another interesting tete-a-tete in the magazine. Director Quashiq Mukherjee of 'Gandu’ fame talks about his new film 'Ludo'. The subversive director, who believes in shock cinema, wants censorship to have a new approach towards parallel cinema.
You can enjoy the glossy now as you sip a cuppa!

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