MUMBAI: Sony Entertainment Television's popular daily soap Kyun Uthe Dil Chhod Aaye's active fame and telly actress Gracy Gosami is one of the most promising actresses of the Hindi showbiz industry.
Before acting in KUDCA, she made her debut in the Hindi entertainment industry in 2014 at the age of 11, in her first television venture Bandhan, that aired on Sony Entertainment Television. She played the role of Pinky Patil therein, but was replaced the year later by Priyanka Purohit in the month of January.
That year itself, she was next selected to play the character of young Nandini Shekhar in Colors TV's most popular one of longest-running series Balika Vadhu. In 2016, she participated in the same channel's dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8.
The next year, she made her silver-screen debut with Srijit Mukherji's periodic film Begum Jaan and played the role of Laadli therein.
After doing more roles here and there, Gracy is now observed playing the poignant role of Amrit in KUDCA.
Talking about her general style statement, the former child artiste is mainly seen nailing casual looks by wearing lots of tops and denims. However, she can also ace ethnic looks by endorsing beautiful, elegant and elaborate ethnic outfits and make-overs most of the times on-screen and some times in real life. Most of the shows she's enacted in, she has mostly represented traditional characters and her dress-code helped her add extra appeal to her character as per the show's time and story lines.
Talking about ethnic wear, no matter how much people opt for casuals in the present times owing to their comfort level, people always fall back on their respective zonal ethnic outfits to uplift their look's grace and charm quotients and no other styles of outfits can replace them on these grounds.
People have appointed specific events for endorsing sarees, salwar suits, kurta-pajamas, dhotis and other ethnic wears but would seldom opt for western outfits over them whenever these events ultimately ring the bell, like festivals, marriage or other familial ceremonies (in Indian households), etc.
Without further ado, scroll down to check out telly actress Gracy Goswami looking damn pretty and elegant by endorsing ethnic outfits: