Birthday girl Kiara Advani’s transformation



Kiara Advani, who celebrates her birthday today, might be in the news for the array of her upcoming projects, but here’s looking at the actress’ massive style transformation.

It was in 2014 that birthday girl Kiara Advani made her acting debut with a social-drama titled Fugly. The film failed to perform at the box-office but two years on, Kiara’s performance in MS Dhoni: The Untold Story established her as a talent to look out for. The actress went on to star in Machine a year after and in 2018, her act in Netflix’s Lust Stories left viewers and critics thoroughly impressed. Next up, the actress was a part of Telugu films Bharat Ane Nenu and Vinaya Vidheya Rama. In 2019, the actress had two back-to-back blockbusters in Kabir Singh opposite Shahid Kapoor and Good Newwz, co-starring Diljit Dosanjh, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Akshay Kumar. In 2020, she has been a part of a Netflix original, Guilty and a couple of more films are lined up for release in the coming months.

Even though the actress has been in the industry for 6 years only, her films and fashion choices have made heads turn on more than one occasion. But one other thing that has often been the talk of the town is her style evolution. Kiara, who started out with a rather simple girl-next-door vibe has now transformed into one of Bollywood’s most stylish actresses. Whether it’s about pulling off bold dresses or stepping out in casuals and yet making a fashion statement, the actress has been at it.

But all throughout her transformation, Kiara managed to stay in the limelight for often being the fashion critics’ favourite. Her style might have changed, but her taste in clothes has always been impressive. The internet might be full of Kiara’s old photos but the actress’ Instagram feed itself is testimony to her head-turning and surprising evolution. Not just in terms of fashion, but also how she’s gone ahead and aced stunning photoshoots too!

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