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Farhan Akhtar's Hippie Covid-Friendly Look Included Bandaged 'Chappals' & A Man Bun

Farhan Akhtar has a series of upcoming films which include the likes of Phone Bhoot, Sharmaji Namkeen, Don 3, and Toofan. 

With a clear and diverse range of roles in these, he's definitely going to have a busy 2021. This means we will be seeing a lot more of Farhan Akhtar from now on. 

On the fashion front, Farhan Akhtar has always kept things subtle with lowkey outfits that are both functional and comfortable at the same time.

This aesthetic, compliments the safety requirements of the pandemic this year. With necessary accessories like a mask, Farhan Akhtar's outfits, surprisingly, come together seamlessly whenever he steps out these days.
 

Farhan Akhtar Stepped Out In Bandaged Sliders © Viral Bhayani

Recently, Farhan Akhtar was out with Shibani Dandekar which is when we noticed his hippie COVID-friendly outfit. Take a look at what they were wearing here: 

Farhan Akhtar Stepped Out In Bandaged Sliders © Viral Bhayani

Farhan Akhtar Stepped Out In Bandaged Sliders © Viral Bhayani

Farhan Akhtar was seen wearing a solid orange t-shirt with a pair of cargo shorts. He also wore a couple of chunky bracelets and wore half his hair up in a man bun. 

To complete the look he also wore a pair of olive green sliders that looks like they were a couple of green coloured bandages in the form of a pair of 'chappals'. 

Take a close look at the sliders here:

Farhan Akhtar Stepped Out In Bandaged Sliders © Viral Bhayani

Farhan Akhtar Stepped Out In Bandaged Sliders © Viral Bhayani

Having seen Toofan's initial look, we're certain that Farhan is still training for that role. This also explains the long hair and the man bun. 

We believe that this look is suiting him quite a bit.


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