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The Style And Glamour Of Celebrity Weddings – The Ladies – Anushka Sharma (new york city, New York, USA)

There are actresses and there are ladies who rule the roost when it comes to the Bollywood movie industry. In the recent few months, the world saw two of them getting married and one getting engaged, all set to tie the knot. While Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone have already become ‘missus’, Priyanka Chopra is on her way there. Each of these ladies is known to be powerhouse performers and they have carved a niche for themselves in the industry. It has been no surprise that these three ladies chose men who are just are reputed and forces to reckon with in their own domains. So, it was only natural that their weddings were much talked about, as were the looks they chose to sport.

In a series of write-ups, we are going to take a closer look at the ‘looks’ that these divas sported for their life changing moments, starting with the lovely Anushka Sharma:

Anushka Sharma got married to cricketer and current captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli in a fairy tale like wedding ceremony, held in Italy. All the festivities happened there only, starting with a mehendi ceremony.

For her mehendi, Anushka wanted something that was bright and fun, so renowned designer Sabyasachi designed this yellow, blue and pink outfit for the bride to be. The full length, A line skirt allowed Anushka to dance and twirl, while the short sleeves of the top, allowed for her arms to be covered in mehendi.

Keeping in mind the fairy tale like theme of the wedding, Sabyasachi chose a baby pink for her lehenga, and draped in the lehenga, Anushka looked like a fairy tale princess! The entire lehenga choli » was covered with delicate embroidery in shades of pink, green and gold. The delicate net dupatta had similar embroidery, but managed to maintain that ethereal look.

Anushka had two receptions – one in Delhi and one in Mumbai and for both, she sported extremely different looks.

For the Delhi reception, she was every bit the traditional Indian bride » , decked up in a red and gold Banarasi saree, created by designer Sabyasachi. The saree had traditional motifs and a heavy gold pallu. The red blouse which had a conservative sleeve, was glamourized by embroidery work and embellishment on the edges.

However, her avatar for the Mumbai reception, she was every bit the Bollywood diva that she truly is! In a pale gold full length skirt, which had work all over, she looked stunning – the sleeveless top was covered on one side with a dupatta, which was tucked into a belt.







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