The wedding day is one of the most important days in anyone’s life and when you are a celebrity it is only natural that it becomes a national news. In our film industry, it is indeed a grand affair. Absolutely everything, from the food menu to venues to outfits, needs to be faultless. However, it is difficult to blow away people’s mind when you look glamorous every day of your life. But our B-town divas manage to stun us every single time. These celebs have all the top designers at their beck and call as the big day calls for the perfect outfit. And there’s a lot of bridal outfits of actresses for us to marvel at. Here is a list of some of the Bollywood actresses who spent tons of moolah on their D-day outfits:
Shilpa Shetty got married to London-based businessman Raj Kundra in 2009 and certainly, it was the talk of the town. The Rs. 3 Crore engagement ring, the incredible guest list and a larger than life celebration, it is still one of the most unforgettable weddings of Bollywood. Shilpa Shetty dolled up in a red saree by ace designer Tarun Tahiliani. It was finished with 8000 Swarovski crystals and was valued at Rs.50 Lakhs. She was also loaded with uncut diamonds, emeralds, and Kundan jewellery.
Genelia D’Souza tied the knot with her long time boyfriend Riteish Deshmukh in 2012. They had a Maharashtrian-style wedding followed by a Church wedding. For the former event, Genelia wore a red and gold bridal saree designed by Neeta Lulla and traditional Maharashtrian jewellery. The border of her saree was embellished with gold Kundan embroidery. The cost of her saree is rumored to be around Rs. 17 Lakh.
Esha Deol got married to businessman Bharat Takhtani at ISKCON temple in Juhu in an intimate ceremony. She wore an elegant custom-made red Kanjeevaram saree by none other than designer Neeta Lulla which costed more than Rs 3,00,000. She looked breathtakingly beautiful. Esha paired her saree with heavy gold, diamond, and emerald jewellery making her one of the prettiest brides in Bollywood.
Kareena Kapoor got married to Saif Ali Khan in a truly royal style wedding. The five-day nuptial ceremony was attended by royal families, politicians and film industry. Kareena changed her look several times on her D-day but for the evening she dressed in her mother-in-law, Sharmila Tagore’s gharara which she had worn at her own ‘nikaah’. The antique Pataudi outfit was reworked by Manish Malhotra and restored by designer Ritu Kumar. At her reception, she wore a burgundy and maroon lehenga created by Manish Malhotra.
Dia Mirza got married to filmmaker Sahil Sangha in the year 2014. She looked like a vision in a traditional emerald green and gold lehenga by Ritu Kumar. It was a unique bridal outfit and made out of kurta, farshi, pajama and a dupatta. It had zardozi embroidery, the kind of craftsmanship that dates back to the Mughal era. The outfit was made keeping in mind Hyderabadi aesthetics, a city in which Dia has lived for quite a few years. She completed her look with emerald, gold and diamond jewellery.
Malaika Arora Khan
Malaika Arora Khan married Arbaaz Khan in an extravagant Christian wedding. She wore an off-shoulder dress with a sweetheart neckline designed by Wendell Rodricks. She looked absolutely beautiful in her white wedding gown and wore a delicate pearl necklace with her expensive dress.
Bipasha Basu married Karan Singh Grover in 2016 and their wedding was nothing short of a fairytale. The beautiful Bengali bride picked a traditional red and gold bridal ensemble by Sabyasachi and looked like a dream. She paired her outfit with heavy kundan jewellery that included a nath, jhumkis, mathapatti and heavy neckpiece from Jaipur Jewels. She pulled off the look with a lot of elegance.
Actress Urmila Matondkar married Kashmir based businessman Mohsin Akhtar Mir in 2016. The wedding was an intimate affair and the only Bollywood personality who attended the wedding was Manish Malhotra. Also, he designed her ensemble for the day. She completed her look with gold and heavy kundan jewellery.
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