Because is it even a wedding if you are not wearing a Sabyasachi?
Bengaluru: As the first couple to kickstart the Bollywood wedding season, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, are off to Italy armed with their Sabyasachi Mukherjee outfits, we take a look at designer's Bollywood brides.
When it comes to planning a quintessential Indian wedding, a bridal outfit by designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee is a must. While not everyone can afford to wear his vision, everyone wants to be a Sabyasachi bride, which may explain why plagiarised copies of his outfits are a big hit in local wedding shopping haunts.
So, here are our top favourite of the Sabyasachi brides:
When the leading lady of Bollywood became Mrs Virat Kohli, she chose Sabyasachi not just for her big day but also for the pre and post wedding rituals.
The South Indian beauty chose a golden and beige Sabyasachi lehenga with a hint of
maroon on the heavy border for her nuptials with Micromax CEO Rahul Sharma.
Her bridal lehenga was made using one hundred and eleven colours of silk thread and sequins weaved into
artistic panels translated from Persian works, a signature Sabyasachi design. The actor tied the knot with restaurateur Imrun Sethi.
Keeping in mind her Kolkata roots, this Sabyasachi bride chose an opulent red lehenga that went well with her Bengali look.
Soha Ali Khan Pataudi
To exchange vows with husband, actor Kumal Khemu, Soha Ali Khan chose a lehenga from the designer's Opium collection. The orange and gold outfit was paired up with heavy jewellery and a passa.
The actor and her cricketer hubby, Zaheer Khan, chose a small court wedding followed by a grand reception. Both the occasions saw her rocking a Sabyasachi ensemble. For the wedding, was a plain red saree with zardozi border and for the reception, a beige lehenga with lots of work on it was picked out.
A Sabyasachi loyalist, Vidya chose a simple red Benarasi saree along with gold jewellery for her wedding look too.
This Sabya bride, television actor Aamna Sharif, clearly had her wedding outfit memo in place - royal and opulent.
Moving away from the usual bridal red, Pia chose a design from Sabyasachi’s Devi collection. The duck egg blue lehenga in Indo-Victorian pattern with fine aari-taari and zardozi and minimal make-up made her really stand out.
The South Indian actor opted for an ensemble from Sabyasachi’s Vasanthalakshmi collection for her marriage to Naga Chaitanya. The ivory gold Kanjeevaram saree was traditional and yet modern.
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Last Updated Nov 11, 2018, 9:12 PM IST