Malaika Arora looks like a hot siren in thigh-slit dress and it comes at an affordable price

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Actor Malaika Arora never fails to impress netizens with her fashion diaries. Apart from sharing her lifestyle, she is often seen sharing her stunning looks on Instagram, leaving her fans speechless. Malla is pure fashion goals. She loves to experiment and that’s the only reason why her fashion is so edgy.

Speaking of which, Malaika recently took to her Instagram account and dropped some pictures on her social media and it is hot AF! In the pictures, the Chaiyya Chaiyya star wore a stunning Satin bodycon dress with a cowl neckline, putting her assets on display. The dress which she picked from the collections of Mannat Gupta has asymmetrical pleating on the midriff and waist and also has a dangerously thigh-high front slit.

Keeping her hair in soft waves and silver-toned makeup, Malla looked stunning as always. She paired the dress with dangling silver earrings that are only raising her oomph factor. The floor-length and figure-skimming maxi dress is perfect for a dinner party or Cocktail.

Check out Malaika Arora in Mannat Gupta satin dress here:

 

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If you are loving her dress and planning to buy it, well, then let us tell you the price tag of the dress. We went through the official website of Mannat Gupta to check the cost of the dress and much to our surprise, it is quite affordable.

Malaika Arora dress costs Rs 21,000 and well, if this is the dress for you, then you better keep it in your cart.

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Malaika Arora in Mannat Gupta satin dress

Meanwhile, Malla recently attended a casino launch in Batumi, Georgia and a video of her went viral on social media where she was seen dancing to her chartbuster song Munni Badnaam Hui from Salman Khan’s 2010 film Dabangg.

Also read: Malaika Arora, Arjun Kapoor pose in same sunglasses, actress gives the perfect reply as latter asks ‘who wore them better’