Is Urvashi Rautela’s glamorous 2-day IIFA 2023 outing worth Rs 80 lakh in an Atelier Zuhra gown? Find out here

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New Delhi: After winning hearts with her red carpet look at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival 2023, model-turned-actress Urvashi Rautela headed straight to the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) 2023 awards ceremony in Abu Dhabi. He turned his head with his jaw dropping joints. Known for her impeccable fashion sense, Urvashi teamed up with renowned designer Atelier Zuhra to create two mesmerizing looks that left everyone in awe.

On the first day for the green carpet, the actress wore an all-white feather gown with full sleeves with gorgeous embellishments, adding a touch of glamor and sophistication. Feathers were delicately placed on the top of the front gown by ace designer Atelier Zuhra making her look like Frozen princess Elsa. The cost of the actress’ complete look in Atelier Zuhra is Rs 35 lakh.

Urvashi Rautela graced the green carpet on Day 2 in a stunning ivory gown with a stunning cape adorned with brown plumage. With her hair elegantly styled in a bun and a pair of gorgeous gloves designed by Atelier Zuhra Lilly of the Valley Collection Fall-Winter 2023/2024 collection. As the dress was designed by an international designer for its exclusive collection, the dress cost Rs 45 lakhs.

The total cost of the actress for 2 days of IIFA 2023 was Rs 80 lakh. Designer Atelier Zuhra, known for her exquisite designs and attention to detail, has dressed many celebrities and royalty.

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