The beautiful and talented Keerthy Suresh is one of the best known actresses in South Indian cinema. For his role in the national award-winning film Mahanati, Keerthy Suresh received praise and fans around the world. The actress is stunning in everything she does, whether it’s at airports or advertising her movies. Keerthy nails it like no one else, especially wearing the six years of grace. Her wavy curls are the most attractive feature of her appearance. Curls are difficult to style and manage, but Keerhty Suresh knows how to make them appear flawless in these hairstyles.

At a reception, the actress wore a sari in a traditional ethnic style. Keerthy was pictured posing and smiling brightly. The Mahanati actress had her hair half up and kept her basic makeup with kohl eyes and red lipstick. This hairstyle is great for showcasing your jewelry while structuring your face. The loose strands of hair on her face were just perfect for this look.

In a beautiful Sabyasachi saree, Keerthy attended an award ceremony. In this saree and Sabyasachi jewelry for the 66th National Awards, the beauty appeared as exquisite and ravishing as ever. Dark eyeshadow, deep lips and shoulder-length hair in a knot with gajra completed her outfit. Adding gajra to the bun enhances the overall aesthetic. Keerthy looked stunning with this hairstyle, and we loved how she handled it with grace and elegance.

Keerthy shared some photos from a Diwali celebration. The actress appeared to wear her hair in a simple braid. But if you look closely, the hair was parted down the middle with intricate braid work on each side. And of course, we can’t forget the gajra that just completed the whole look.

Keerthy was a special guest at a reception and wore a mustard yellow velvet outfit. While the makeup on her face was enough for her, Keerthy’s hairstyle in a messy, tied up fold stole the show. Her hairstyle was well styled and lifted her ensemble to a new level.

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