"Fire for you"
Tara Sutaria is gearing up for the release of her upcoming film Heropanti 2 with Tiger Shroff.
The star is leaving no stone unturned to create hype around the film with her sartorial choices.
Her latest look in a scarlet red saree is proof enough.
Tara wore the six yards for making an appearance on the reality TV show Dance Deewane Juniors with Tiger.
Tara and her stylist Meagan Concessio took to Instagram on April 1, 2022, to post photos of the actress dressed in a scarlet red saree and backless blouse.
The ensemble is from the shelves of the clothing label Prémya by Manishii.
While Meagan captioned the post, “Hey stunner,” Tara wrote, “Fire for you” on her post.
Tara’s Heropanti 2 promotional look for appearing on the Dance Deewane Juniors set features a georgette saree in a fiery scarlet red shade.
It comes adorned with scalloped borders embroidered with lace gota, thread work and sequins.
She wore it in the traditional draping style and let the pallu fall from the shoulder.
Tara teamed the six yards with a blouse featuring a wide plunging sweetheart neckline, sheer embroidered sleeves, cut-out back with tassel-adorned dori ties, corseted front, and a fitted silhouette.
The actress glammed up the traditional look with a centre-parted sleek braided bun, gold jhumkis, matching ring, and embroidered red juttis.
In the end, Tara opted for sleek eyeliner, nude lip shade, blushed cheeks, subtle shimmery eye shadow, mascara-adorned lashes, kohl-clad eyes, on-fleek brows, and beaming highlighter to round off the glam picks.
Meanwhile, Tara Sutaria and Tiger Shroff’s film Heropanti 2 is a sequel to his debut film Heropanti and will release in theatres on April 29, 2022.
The duo had previously shared the screen in Student of The Year 2.
It also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a poignant role.
Heropanti 2 is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under the banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment.
A new song from the upcoming film was released on March 31, 2022.
The song, titled ‘Jalwanuma’, is composed by maestro AR Rahman and Pooja Tiwari and Javed Ali are the singers.
The song, described as a “modern-day twist on a harmonised Sufi melody”, has a lovelorn Tiger Shroff thinking about Tara Sutaria.
The song is shot on a specially constructed set and dancers can be seen performing with the stars.
The makers shared in a statement: “The song boasts of some novel contemporary choreography.”