“Mai shaadi karungi toh kareena wala designer lehenga pehenke karungi warna dulhe ko tata tata bye bye kar do.”
These are not Kavya Pratap Singh’s (Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania) word, but these are words that define how any would-be-desi-bride thinks about her wedding attire. For most of the bride, it is this attire that is the most important aspect of the wedding, and she wants an exclusive piece of grandeur that will enhance her beauty and bridal charm.
If you are a would-be-bride (which by default we all are) and you have no clue what you exactly want as your wedding look, then here are Bollywood‘s contemporary best wedding dresses. Take a look..
The beautiful golden-red Kanjeevarm silk saree looked absolutely stunning on Deepika Padukone’s tall frame. Along with kamarband, maang tikaa, coin necklaces, Deepika looked alluring as a South Indian bride.
Portraying a Royal Rajput princess who gets married to a Mughal Emperor, Aishwarya looked ethereal as a Rajasthani bride.
Wearing a heavy neck-piece and traditional veil in pallu style, Aishwarya’s flawless look added another level of ecstasy in the wedding fashion and styling. While the jewellery and ensemble were heavy, the makeup and hair style was kept minimal.
Simple, chic yet traditional and grand, these words can sum up Kalki’s look in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Less jewellery exposed her raw beauty and the short choli that Kalki wore gave the perfect glimpse of her toned midriff.
The debutante Nargis Fakhri dazzled everyone as a Kashmiri bride in the movie, Rockstar. Wearing a traditional regional dress inspired by the Mughals, exquisite jewellery, Nargis perfectly epitomized the delicate and exotic Kashmiri bride look. The makeup and accessories was kept minimal compared to her attire.
Alia Bhatt bestowed the South Indian bride in a very unconventional away. The actress clad herself in a beautiful designer red and yellow lehenga and quintessential jewellery added the correct amount of oomph to the look. Overall, it was a perfect look for a day wedding.
Well, this was a typical ‘designer wala lehenga’. Rich in embroidery, this red and gold exquisite attire looked pristine on Alia Bhatt.
PS: Don’t forget your sunglasses. Wink!
This is a typical version of what most of Indian bride wear on their D-day. Decked up in heavy jewellery and attire, Zarine gave a perfect look of Royal bride.
Wearing a heavy brown orange Anarkali dress with pearl golden jewellery, Kareena Kapoor’s complete ensemble personified the modern yet traditional dulhan.
Beautiful and demure as a Bengali bride in Devdas, Aishwarya looked gorgeous in this red-maroon saree with detailed forehead design and bindi.
Adorning green attire for her wedding in this movie, Kangana made an unconventional choice. Pearl jewelleries added the right touch of glamour to her bridal avatar.
Truly, these Bollywood beauties stunned in their reel life bridal avatars.