Shreya Dhanwanthary Paints The Town Red In Show-Stopping Saree Ensemble
Shreya Dhanwanthary is an epitome of beauty. The actress primarily works in Bollywood, Tollywood, and web series. Shreya made her debut with the Telugu movie “Josh” in 2009. She consistently flaunts her looks and hourglass figure through her sensational fashion choices.
Time and again, the actress creates a massive buzz with her performances in movies and web series. She has a charismatic presence that has captured the hearts of millions. She boasts a huge fan following on social media.
Shreya has been receiving accolades for her performance in the Netflix series “Guns & Gulaabs,” which was released last month. This time, the actress channeled her inner diva in a sequined red saree by Sawan Gandhi. Let's take a look at some sizzling pictures of Shreya Dhanwanthary in her enchanting saree look:
Shreya Dhanwanthary resembles a beautiful rose in a red sequined saree with a strappy blouse by Sawan Gandhi.
Her ensemble features a red net saree adorned with sequins. She paired it with a plain red blouse with a U-shaped neckline and shoulder straps.
She accessorized her look with red doublet dangler earrings and a diamond ring embellished with a large ruby stone.
Rosy cheeks, mascara-coated lashes, delicate eyeliner, shimmering eyeshadow, a nude lip shade, and a side-parted, softly curled hairdo adorned with red roses on one side complete her glamorous look.
Shreya captioned her rose-inspired look as "Gulaab Loading…"
Shreya Dhanwanthary was born on August 29, 1988, in Hyderabad. She was raised in the Middle East and Delhi.
After completing her schooling, she pursued Electronics and Communication Engineering at NIT Warangal.
Shreya began her career in modeling and was named the 1st runner-up in Femina Miss India South 2008. In 2009, she made her acting debut in the Telugu movie “Josh.”
In 2012, she made her Hindi movie debut with a short film titled “The Girl in Me.” In 2019, Shreya appeared in the Bollywood movie “Why Cheat India,” co-starring Emraan Hashmi.