It’s Saturday and just as the week is about to end, ETimes brings to you another round of the Best dressed celebs of the week. These celebs have won hearts with their fashion stances and looks this week as they were spotted in the city or dropped pictures on their social media. Take a look!
Saif Ali Khan-Kareena Kapoor Khan
Saif and Kareena looked every bit gorgeous at their Diwali party.They made one of the most good looking couples ever. While Kareena opted for a red saree, Saif wore a black kurta with dhoti. For another look, Saif opted for a white kurta with dhoti while Kareena wore a pink dress. They looked like royalty and literally, the King and Queen and Pataudi.

Saif Kareena diwali .

Katrina Kaif
Katrina Kaif stunned in an orange lehenga with gota patti work for her diwali look. It was simple, traditional, vibrant and all things love!

Mira Rajput
Recently, Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja hosted a bash for David Bekham in Mumbai which was attended by many celebrities. Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput made a gorgeous couple. Shahid opted for a denim shirt casual look. However, it was Mira who stole the show with her pink leather bodycon dress and left everyone stunned! Shahid dropped this picture on social media and shared that him and his wife met their crush!

Malaika Arora
Malaika Arora never fails to make heads turn with her stunning looks. She looks effortlessly sensual more often than note. During the same party, Malaika wore a white shirt with a black shiny short skirt with stockings. This look was for the win!

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