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Kriti Sanon, Pooja Hegde and others lit up such a fashion event

Kriti Sanon, Pooja Hegde and others lit up such a fashion event

Kriti Sanon and Pooja Hegde are in the Miss World finals

New Delhi:

Film and television stars celebrated their presence at the grand finale of Miss World 2024, which was held in Mumbai on Saturday evening. From Kriti Sanon to director Karan Johar, many celebrities walked the red carpet of one of the biggest fashion events. Kriti Sanon sparkled at the conclusion of the ongoing Miss World event in a gorgeous green dress. On the other hand, Pooja Hegde caught everyone's attention in a long-sleeved purple sequined maxi dress. See some photos from the night:

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Sonakshi Sinha looked beautiful in a red dress while the Miss World 2017 winner wore a sparkling dress on the big day. Karan Johar wore a shiny black suit for the event.

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Actress Manara Chopra, who was recently seen on Bigg Boss 17, looked beautiful in a thigh-length silver dress. Priyanka Chahar and Ankit Gupta walked the red carpet together. Priyanka wore a vibrant hot pink pantsuit while Ankit opted for an olive green suit paired with sneakers. Singer Neha Kakkar was all smiles as she posed for the photographers.

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Celebrity couple Rubina Dilaik and Abhinav Shukla arrived in style at the event. Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya were photographed together at the event.

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Earlier this year, Krit Sanon starred alongside Shahid Kapoor in a film Terry patton main issa olga gia. Next, Kriti Sanon will be seen in The Crew. The Rajesh Krishnan film also features Kareena Kapoor, Tabu and Diljit Dosanjh in important roles. The film will be released on the big screens on March 29.

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