Not just Deepika and Priyanka, these Indian divas too impressed at MET Gala

If you thought that Bollywood divas Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra are the only stars who got to shine at Met Gala 2019, then let us tell you that it's big no! This year saw not just one but four Indian celebrities at Met Gala.

Well, Mukesh and Nita Ambani's daughter Isha Ambani turned many heads with her breathtaking look at the Met Gala 2019.

For the gala, Isha opted for a beautiful soft lilac creation by Prabal Gurung, the designer who styled actress Deepika Padukone's look for last year's Met Gala. Isha wore a haute couture gown with a plunging neckline, featuring feather all over the skirt and embellishments on torso of the gown, which also featured a gorgeous long train. She completed her princess-like look with a diamond neck piece and drop earrings.

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The designer had previously given a sneak-peak to Isha's look few hours before the celebrations on Instagram. He shared a photograph of the gown and captioned it: "A lilac love story for a cherished muse. Guess who wants to capture the carpet in this number?" This is not the first time that Isha has attended the MET Gala. Isha had also attended the event last year in a Christian Dior Couture dress from Maria Grazia Chiuri's first Haute Couture collection.

Indian philanthropist, chairperson of the Villoo Poonawalla Foundation, Natasha Poonawalla is yet another persona who grabbed attention. She wore a custom-made Dundas dress for the Met Gala 2019. Wife of billionaire Adar Poonawalla, Natasha opted for a crystal embellished blue dress accessorizing it with silver belt.

The theme for this year's gala was inspired by a seminal 1964 essay by Susan Sontag in which she describes the phenomenon as something that shan't be talked about: "To talk about Camp is therefore to betray it".

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