Every woman looks up to the Bollywood divas when it comes to anything from beauty advice to fashion tips. Well, then how can Bollywood inspiration be left behind when it is your wedding day. Take a look at these ravishing Bollywood beauties and their wedding day look.
On February 3, 2012, the much-in-love couple Genelia and Riteish Deshmukh tied the knot. The couple had two weddings, a traditional Maharashtrian one, and the other a Church wedding. For the Maharashtrian wedding, Genelia wore a bridal saree, designed by the Bollyood brides’ favourite designer Neeta Lulla. The saree had a gold kundan broder. Traditional Maharashtrian jewellery completed Genelia’s wedding day look.
Though their relationship was never a suprise, their wedding certainly was. Actress Kalki married ace director Anurag Kashyap on April 30, 2011. Their wedding was a simple South Indian affair, which took place in a village on the outskirts of Ooty. Kalki wore a traditional South Indian style white and red Kanjeevaram saree.
Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s wedding has been one of the most talked about Bollywood weddings so far. For her wedding, Kareena wore her mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore’s wedding gharara, which was restored by Ritu Kumar. After the photo-ops of the royal couple, Kareena switched the gharara skirt for a comfortable churidaar and a lighter dupatta. Kareena later slipped into a Manish Malhotra designed burgundy colour lehenga with maroon dupatta. Kareena wore heavy gold and kundan jewellery on both the occassions respectively.
Gorgeous Shilpa Shetty makes every girl go green with her perfect figure and a million-dollar smile. She tied the knot with Raj Kundra on November 22, 2009. It was a traditional Hindu wedding for which the diva wore a burgundy and red saree-style lehenga. The saree was embellished with Swaroski crystals. Shilpa wore heavy kundan jewellery, and tied her hair in a braid covered with flowers.
Aishwarya Rai married her Guru co-star Abhishek Bachchan on April 20, 2007. The wedding was a traditional affair, which was carefully guarded from the media glare. Aishwarya wore a traditional golden yellow Kanjeevaram saree on the D-day, complete with Swarovski crystals and gold threads. The bridal saree was designed by Neeta Lulla. She kept her hair braided, covered with flowers. She wore 22 karat gold jewellery, which included a gold and emerald armband.