Veteran Bollywood actress Hema Malini was the guest of honour at the Art and Couture exhibition held by the Sarvan Shashvatam at the Taj Vivanta in Mumbai, India on October 14, 2013. She lit the ceremonial lamp and then went on to cut the ribbon to inaugurate the event alongside organiser Sharvari Luth.
Hema Malini Inaugurates Art & Couture Exhibition in Mumbai
Apart from Hema, there were several other B-town celebs as well as famous personalities at the event including Pooja Bedi, Raageshwari Loomba, Rashmi Uday Singh, Jimmy Mistry, Smita Talwalkar, Jaiwantiben Mehta, Harsh Goenka, Sharmila Thackeray, Gul Kripalani, Noshir Talathi, Shefali Bhujbal, Reema Lagu, Deepak Mazomdar, Sonali Rathore, Farukh Wadia and Sonali Rathore among others.
Hema Malini Inaugurates Art & Couture Exhibition in Mumbai pictures
Hema Malini at Art & Couture Exhibition in Mumbai
Hema looked as regal as she always does as she walked around the venue checking out items on display. She wore a pink sari with accents of gold, accessorising the ensemble with a statement necklace, traditional dangle earrings and bangles.
Hema Malini Inaugurates Art & Couture Exhibition
Another celeb who made an impression with her garb was Raageshwari who wore a stunning off-white anarkali which was sheer from the bust down, which really lit up the gold and red embroidery that it was embellished with. She rounded off her look with pointy nude heels and dangle earrings.
Raageshwari Loomba at Art & Couture Exhibition in Mumbai
Both ladies, and the other guests too, were very engrossed by what the exhibition had to offer. Most of the items seem to be inspired by flowers and an attempt to immortalise them through art.
Raageshwari Loomba at Art & Couture Exhibition
Raageshwari Loomba Pictures at Art & Couture Exhibition in Mumbai
Raageshwari Loomba in White Anarkali at Art & Couture Exhibition in Mumbai
The exhibition/sale will last for three days, displaying paintings, fabrics, jewellery, clothes and accessories, handbags and home decor by Sneha Datar-Limaye and her mother Shobhana Datar.