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Alia’s quirky Chanel bag is too Expensive to believe 

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt is known for having her expensive style statement. She is known to carry expensive accessories and outfits, which often remain too incredible to believe. As she left for London from Mumbai Airport to shoot her next film Brahmastra with her beau Ranbir Kapoor, she is was seen in her cool look. She was in white Tee and blue denim backed with black sunglasses along with white sneakers that comes from the brand Nike

However, her quirky channel bag stole the show. It was red in color by the brand called Chanel. It happens to be the last collection of a veteran designer called Karl Lagerfeld. It was superbly one of the special ones for the actor as it was seen in red color and remains to be the most expensive one. The quirky and trendy bag is too expensive to make anyone faint. As per the official website of the brand, it cost you around 6 lakh. However, the red color bag tolls to a whopping 8 lakhs.

As per the Vogue magazine, the actress was seen having another bag with her which cost 1.5 L. Again an expensive one in her kitty. However, the netizens were seen making fun of Alia’s bag calling it ugly. Also, we got to see some hilarious comments about the bag. We know she is fond of bags and has a collection.

The 26-year-old actor, known to be fond of bags, frequently flaunts them during her airport visits. Even her outfits too cost a lot ranging to few lakhs. Well, now talking about her work, she did her film called Kalank, which failed to do well at the box office, however, she got rave reviews for her performance. The other films, which she is doing include Brahmastra, Thakt, and Inshallah to name a few.

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