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6 Famous Indian Brides from the Film Industry Who Set Phenomenal Fashion Goals

If you’re a die-hard Bollywood fan, you might as well want to know how the Bollywood divas looked on their big day. Take inspiration from these Indian brides for your bridal trousseau.

It’s no secret that Bollywood is a major source of inspiration while selecting your D-Day dress. Be it Kareena Kapoor’s beautiful Anarkali in 3 Idiots or Rani Mukherji’s classic red lehenga in Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna, bridal wear and accessories have always been given much importance in the film industry. But what about these gorgeous actors’ off-screen Shaadi? Check out how and what these Indian brides wore on their real wedding day and get inspired by their looks.

1. Genelia D’souza Deshmukh (2012)

Genelia-Riteish's wedding was one of the most awaited events of Bollywood as the couple had been together for almost a decade, and they finally decided to the tie the knot in 2012 and how! The couple decided to get married in a proper Maharashtrian style with Band Baaja and Baarat but also did they have a beautiful Roman Catholic Church wedding. For the Hindu wedding, Gen wore a gorgeous red bridal saree with golden details and for the Catholic one; she chose to go with a V-neck beaded white ball gown.

2. Arpita Khan Sharma (2014)

Although Mr Khan’s little sister is not a film star, she gained much popularity after her king-size Hyderabadi wedding with Aayush Sharma. Not only did she manage to bring SRK and Salman together but also her magnificent wedding attire was the talk of the town for many days after her big event. This Indian bride sure talks fashion! From the heavy maroon lehenga for her Mehndi ceremony to the unparalleled white lehenga embellished with Swarovski crystals, the bride definitely stole the stardom from the stars! For the Pheras, she wore a red couture Ghagra that was embellished with gold embroidery. She paired it with heavy Kundan jewellery and looked like a million bucks, quite literally!

3. Urmila Matondkar Akhtar (2016)

The 42-year- old actor might have kept her wedding a secret but it is no secret that Urmila’s best friend is none other than Bollywood’s ace designer, Manish Malhotra. He created a splendid red and golden heavily embellished Ghagra Choli for the bride’s big day. Her wedding attire made it to the 2016 top celeb looks due to the exquisite fusion of traditional Kundan jewellery with proper Marathi green bangles. She has never failed to stun us!

4. Kareena Kapoor Khan (2012)

Bebo wore a restored and embellished wedding Ghagra that belonged to Saif’s grandmother in order to keep up with the Khan’s family traditions. And for her post-wedding party, she chose to go with a radiant burgundy colour embellished lehenga styled with refined diamond and emerald jewellery set setting a new bar for all Indian brides.

5. Dia Mirza Sangha (2014)

Miss Asia Pacific never fails to turn heads with her elegance and beauty wherever she goes, and her wedding day was not going to be any less. The beautiful actor wore a traditional cream colour Joda with emerald green and blue elaborate borders. It is far from any classic bridal outfit that Indian brides wear but it was as beautiful as Dia. Her wedding dress was made keeping in mind the Hyderabadi court, where Dia spent most of the years of her life and the embroidery work was of old Zardozi done by master craftsmen. Her entire wedding ensemble was to die for! A true fashionista!

6. Soha Ali Khan Khemu (2015)

Kudos to Soha for her exceptional choice! Gone are the days where the colour red used to define a traditional Indian wedding. The princess rocked her bridal attire with a fully embroidered cream Sabyasachi lehenga along with a beautiful salmon pink Dupatta. We love it!

These fashionista Indian brides have never failed to give us wedding goals, whether on camera or in real life. Take inspiration from their radiant looks and slay in the ones you like. Of course, a little personalisation will only bring out the best of the ensemble. What are you waiting for?

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