Shraddha Kapoor Dons The Nine Colours Of Navratri For Nine Days


New Delhi: The nine days of Navratri just went by and just like us, the entertainment industry along with our favourite Bollywood stars were equally excited about it. They too celebrated the festival with great pomp and show and also shared pictures all over social media for their fans. 

One of the most loved actresses, Shraddha Kapoor on the nine days of Navratri shared several pictures on social media, donning different colours over the days, sharing the importance of all. On each day of Navratri, the actress donned each colour and shared the meaning and importance behind each colour.

Check out what she posted;

1. White – For Purity and Innocence
On the first day of Navratri, the actress posted a selfie of herself in a white kurta, kickstarting the festival. 

2. Red – Passion and Love
On the second day of Navratri, Shraddha shared a selfie from her car donning a red top, and sharing the importance of the colour – Passion and love. 

3. Royal Blue – Tranquility
For the third day of Navratri, the actress shared an adorable boomerang of herself in a royal blue top, imparting the knowledge of what the colour
stands for – Tranquility. 

4. Yellow – Happiness and cheer
To mark the Day 4th of Navratri, the actress shared a collage of selfies of herself donning the yellow colour, spreading happiness and cheer. 

5. Green – Growth and fertility
To mark the day of growth and fertility, the actress shared a boomerang of herself showing the 5th day of Navratri and what it means. 

6. Grey-Balance
To mark the 6th day of Navratri, the actress shared a super cute picture of herself with her furball, Shyloh, marking the day of grey, meaning balance. 

7. Orange – Warm and positive energy
To mark day 7th of Navratri, the day of orange, which means warm and positive energy, the actress shared a boomerang of herself looking super adorable.

8. Peacock Green – Uniqueness and individuality
On the 8th day of Navratri, Shraddha shared another boomerang of herself and marked the day on a quirky note. 

9. Pink – Love, Affection and Harmony
On the last of the festival, the actress shared a sunkissed selfie of herself conveying the message of the colour and the meaning behind it. 

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