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Image credit: Anushka Sharma in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Wedding season is on and here are best of the looks that could serve inspiration s to brides-to be to choose theirs. Anushka Sharma looked ethereal in a Manish Malhotra lehenga weighing around 20 kilos. The regular short choli was replaced by a kurti in a beautiful peach and onion pink shade. It was teamed with a gorgeous red lehenga and the outfit featured intricate gold thread and zari work all over. Anushka was styled in two dupattas, a heavier one that goes in the front and a light net dupatta for the head.


Image credit: Alia Bhatt in Two States

Alia did look gorgeous against the stunning backdrop of the Mahabalipuram Temple. Dressed in a red Banarasi lehenga and a contrasting orange brocade blouse, she managed to steal all glances as a South Indian bride. We love the red chiffon dupatta and the minimalistic embroidery on the outfit.

Image credit: Katrina Kaif in Namastay London

Katrina Kaif looked like the Greek Goddess in her Christian bridal avatar in Namastay London for the sequence she had to run from her wedding. Her off shoulder white gown looked ethereal with minimal jewellery paired with the same brimmed royalty.

Image credit: Saiyami Kher in Mirzya

If royal red is something that appeals the most to your taste buds then you have to take a look at Saiyami Kher’s Rajputana bridal avatar that she donned for her recent release Mirzya. Sporting a Rajput style number by designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Saiyami shows us how to strike a perfect balance between bohemian and traditional.

Image credit: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Jodha Akbar

Aishwarya Rai sported a heavy gold traditional Jodha-styled Bandh Gala Necklace. You will be shocked to know that around 200 craftsmen worked around 600 days to prepare the authentic jodha style jewellery. To sum up, her bridal look in Jodhaa Akbar gave us a quick glimpse how Jodhaa must have looked at her own wedding.

Image credit: Katrina Kaif in Singh Is King

Katrina Kaif looked a goddess walking down the carpet when she wore the red A-line lehenga with golden embroidery. The green brocade blouse contrasted pretty well with her lehenga. Her dupatta has the turquoise border to make the whole ensemble alluring and contemporary.

Image credit: Kareena Kapoor Khan in 3 idiots

Kareena opted for a red orange bridal attire which was not exactly a lehenga but a full length suit and a dupatta places on her head. The easy going brides who do not want the hustle of lehenga could opt for this as their bridal look.

Image credit: Shilpa Shetty in Dhadkan

If any bride wants to break the monotony and gear the Shilpa Shetty’s blue lehenga look from Dhadkan then you can boldly opt for one. Pair the blue color golden embellished outfit with gold jewellery rather than kundan to highlight the look.

Image credit: Karisma Kapoor in hum Saath Saath Hain

Karisma Kapoor looked no less than a queen when she adored the bridal avatar in Hum Saath Saath Hai movie opposite Saif Ali Khan. Even her character was a perfect portrayal of the excited sort of brides who have always wanted to be one in the lives.

Image credit: Rani Mukherji in Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna

Rani Mukherji donned a maroon heavily embroided lehenga for a sequence of her wedding with Abhishek Bachchan and she really looked ethereal beauty in the same inspiring many brides-to-be to gear up such avatar if they are cool with maroon.

Image credit: Kajol in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Kajol donned a completely golden makeover from the lehenga to her jewellery, everything was golden and she looked at her best in the movie. Brides-to-be who have dusky or very fair complexion can opt for this sort of makeover for their D-day.

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