Dhanashree Verma has carved a niche for herself in the glamour world with her amazing dancing skills. Along with her dancing skills, Dhanashree is also known for her style statements and fashionable looks.
MUMBAI: Choreographer and YouTuber Dhanashree Verma is married to Yuzvendra Chahal, who is one of India's leading spinners. In addition to being a star wife, she is popular for her dancing skills and style statements. She never fails to woo her admirers with her stylish and hot looks.
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The diva has carved a niche for herself in the glamour world with her amazing dancing skills. Along with her dancing skills, Dhanashree is also known for her style statements and fashionable looks. She often comes up with pictures, flaunting her varied fashionable avatars. As we talk about her style statements, let us have a look at the collection of her polka-dotted outfits.
In the first picture, she can be seen posing with her husband Yuzvendra Chahal. She wore a long dress in the colour combination of off-white and brown. In the second one, she can be seen clad in a pair of white trousers teamed with a lovely top in a brown and white colour combination. And in the last pic, she can be seen in a jumpsuit in the classic colour combination of white and black. Check out below.
Which look is your favourite?
On the work front, the star wife collaborated with some of the popular names in showbiz. Dhanashree Verma collaborated with popular Punjabi singer-actor Jassie Gill for the peppy track 'Oye Hoye Hoye’, presented by Bhushan Kumar's T-Series. In addition to this, she has also collaborated with actor and singer Aparshakti Khurana. Well, the two joined hands for the Break-Up song. Sony Music Entertainment’s ‘Balle Ni Balle’ has been composed by Siddharth Amit Bhavsar and Gurpreet Saini penned the lyrics.
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