TV actors tackle winters in style with these fashionable tricks!


As the winter’s cold weather arrives, fashion transforms and merges warmth with style. Artists from &TV, known for their on-screen charm, embark on a fashion journey to revamp their wardrobes without sacrificing on style. Embracing the change in weather, actors share their best-kept secrets and unique winter fashion styles to inspire and guide fashion enthusiasts seeking trendy yet cosy outfits for the winters. These include Rahul Jethwa (Avadh Bihari Vajpayee, Atal), Geetanjali Mishra (Rajesh, Happu Ki Ultan Paltan), and Vidisha Srivastava (Anita Bhabi, Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai). Rahul Jethwa, essaying Avadh Bihari Vajpayee in &TV’s show Atal, says, “Winter is the season I find most inspiring for experimenting with my style. I opt for a loose-fitting light blue denim jacket, or a grey hood layered over a printed white t-shirt. Pair it with ankle-length light blue jeans and sleek black high-heeled boots. Another favourite winter look of mine involves donning turtleneck t-shirts matched with slim-fit pants and formal shoes, which always make me feel sophisticated. Recently, my mother surprised me with a stylish grey cashmere crewneck sweater. I was amazed that she didn’t buy it for me. She had crafted it by hand, especially for me. This cardigan sweater fits perfectly on my shoulders and is incredibly versatile. It effortlessly complements any plain t-shirt, button-down shirt, blazer, or jeans. I often accessorize it with a checkered print scarf to add a touch of flair to my outfit.”


Geetanjali Mishra, aka Rajesh from Happu Ki Ultan Paltan, shares, “I have recently observed a significant fall in nighttime temperatures, prompting me to switch my wardrobe for the upcoming months. Throughout the day, I opt for lightweight cotton Kurtis. However, as the sun sets, I embrace my recently purchased woollen jacket from Lucknow’s renowned Aminabad market. Additionally, I have begun incorporating thermal wear beneath my usual attire to add warmth. To diversify my look, I include a range of vibrant shawls, each uniquely crafted with affection and attention to detail. These shawls draw inspiration from the diverse colours and cultures across various Indian states. I sometimes use them in my character look, which compliments Rajesh’s outfits perfectly while keeping me warm and stylish. I wish everyone a delightful winter season!” Vidisha Srivastava, aka Anita Bhabi from Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai, shares, “I hail from Varanasi, where the winters offer a pleasant atmosphere. During this season, the weather fluctuates from comfortably mild to occasionally quite chilly. During winters, my mother used to fill our wardrobes with an assortment of jackets, overcoats, skull caps, mittens, mufflers, scarves, and thermal wear. Over time, she skillfully knitted numerous exquisite mittens, sweaters, and mufflers for us, items we wore with immense joy and pride. Some of these cherished knits still reside in my closet, eagerly waiting for my daughter Aadya to adorn them. Layering clothing becomes essential to stay warm in such conditions. I love Mumbai winters as it offers pleasant weather and not extreme cold. Therefore, I tend to opt for monochromatic ensembles or add a simple scarf to my daily outfits during winters to keep myself warm and look stylish at the same time.”