Aishwarya Lakshmi's Adorable Pictures In Yellow Lehenga Will Win Your Heart, See Here
Aishwarya Lekshmi is a symbol of grace and elegance, as the actress always leaves people mesmerized by her beauty. She is a model and a Tollywood actress. Aishwarya has her own charm, which captures the hearts of the audience. The actress gained even more fame with her performance in the blockbuster historical drama movie “Ponniyin Selvan:
I.” Aishwarya is currently receiving praise for her acting in the Malayalam movie “King of Kotha.” The actress has a special attachment to traditional outfits, as she frequently shares pictures of herself in traditional attire on social media. This time, she has embraced her ethnic side in a gorgeous mustard yellow lehenga. Let's take a closer look at some stunning pictures of Tollywood diva Aishwarya Lekshmi:
Aishwarya Lekshmi looks enchanting in a mustard yellow silk lehenga choli with a matching dupatta from Shanti Banaras.
Her ensemble features a beautiful plain silk mustard yellow lehenga skirt. Aishwarya paired it with a strappy shoulder blouse adorned with a deep plunging neckline and shiny sequined border work.
The golden and beige eyeshadow, bold eyeliner, nude lip shade, and softly curled hairdo made her look even more attractive.
Aishwarya Lekshmi was born on September 6, 1991, in Trivandrum, Kerala.
Aishwarya completed her schooling at Holy Angel’s Convent Trivandrum and Sacred Heart Convent Girls Higher Secondary School. Later, she pursued MBBS at Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Science in Ernakulam.
Aishwarya began her career in modeling in 2014 and graced the covers of magazines like “Vanitha,” “Flower World,” “Salt Studio,” and many more.
She also worked with brands like “Chemmanur Jewellers,” “Karikkineth Silks,” “La Brenda,” and many others.
Aishwarya made her acting debut in 2017 with the Malayalam movie “Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela.”
The actress has appeared in numerous movies in Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu cinema, but she gained widespread fame with her performance in “Ponniyin Selvan: I.”