A very few of the Indian big names walked the Met Gala 2019 carpet. Now that you are too curious to know the names who joined the west celebrities for this mega event.
We are hundo p sure that you must be conscious about the two big names from the Bollywood industry who are going to shower their Jalwa. Now, without taking any time,
We all know the Met Gala love for Priyanka Chopra or vice versa. She stunned the hearts of the billions at the Met Gala 2018, she looked goddess in her Ralph Lauren gown that time.
This year, she walked the Met carpet with hubby Nick Jonas and they set the carpets on fire.
Yes, the queen too packed her dress and flew to Met Gala 2019. She looked totally Barbie in her cute pinky dress, with high ponytail making her hotness, super cute.
Ranveer, you were missed by her, we are sure. Anyways, Deepika Padukone you looked sixteen!
Entrepreneur and daughter of India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani. It isn't the first time she is attending the Met Gala, she attended back in 2017, where she wore Dior gown.
She is an Indian philanthropist, chairperson of the Villoo Poonawalla Foundation, and Executive Director of Serum Institute of India, one of the largest vaccine manufacturing company of the world. She attended the Met Gala 2018 and this year too! She shared the news on her Instagram,
"It's coming up... the first Monday of May."
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