Be it mehendi, haldi, sangeet, or any other wedding functions, every bride-to-be wants to look her best. Maybe that is why, they spend days, sometimes months to select different looks for each occasion. And why not? Repeating the same look at every ceremony gets monotonous and boring. If you too are going to be a bride soon, then this article might be your saviour.
Let us show you some Bollywood brides who looked ravishing at their sangeet ceremony. Be it in the dress department, makeup, hairstyle or jewellery, these B-town divas looked picture-perfect on the special occasion of their lives. So, take a few hints from them and decide on your final look.
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Genelia D’Souza was a vision in white at her sangeet ceremony. Dressed in a Manish Malhotra white and peach lehenga, the bubbly actress looked stunning during the event. A matching diamond neckpiece, earrings studded with emeralds, uptight hairdo and just the right makeup, complemented soon-to-be Mrs Deshmukh's overall look.
Dressed in Manish Malhotra designed, orange and gold lehenga choli, Kareena Kapoor, looked resplendent at her sangeet ceremony.
With a matching emerald neckpiece, earrings, maang teeka with plain green bangles and a gajra on the neatly done hairdo, she pulled off the complete Begum of Pataudi look.
Former Miss Universe, Lara Dutta, looked ravishing in a marigold-coloured lehenga and a sensuous choli studded with Swarovski crystals, designed by Manav Gangwani, on her sangeet ceremony. She paired her attire with the traditional polki necklace in gold and uncut diamonds along with maang teeka. To accentuate her look further, the actress wore contrasting earrings. Moreover, to match the theme of her sangeet, which was white, Lara covered her high bun with white jasmine flowers. Doesn’t she look uber-chic?
Instead of opting for the traditional lehenga choli for her sangeet ceremony, Shilpa Shetty wore a golden yellow anarkali with a churidaar, which was designed by Tarun Tahiliani. She teamed her kurta with a kundan neckpiece, earrings, maang teeka and bangles. And, she was looking jaw-dropping gorgeous!
Former Miss Asia Pacific and actress, Dia Mirza, looked absolutely gorgeous in a Anita Dongre lehenga. The outfit was in purple and gold with beige-coloured corset enhancing the look of the actress. The matching kundan jewellery, wavy hairdo and minimal makeup, complemented her entire look, making her look like a princess on her special day.
Esha Deol dazzled in a shimmery orange and gold lehenga by Rocky S, on her sangeet ceremony. To add the oomph factor further, the gushing bride teamed her dress with a royal kundan necklace, with matching earrings, maang teeka and a kamarband. The bride looked all radiant on her sangeet event.
Dressed in her all-time favourite attire, saree, Vidya Balan looked elegant on her sangeet ceremony. The actress went for a multi-coloured Kanjeevaram saree teamed with heavy gold jewellery. In fact, Vidya was dressed in traditional South Indian trademark style for all her wedding functions. But, what made each of her wedding looks different was the colour, pattern and the style of wearing the sarees along with well-suited hairstyles. So, if you are also planning to wear saree for every event, take a few hints from her.
Cricket meets Bollywood couple, Sagarika Ghatge and Zaheer Khan’s wedding did the noise. On November 23, 2017, the lovebirds had a registered marriage after having a hush-hush ring ceremony on May 23, 2017. For the sangeet ceremony, Sagarika chose to wear a lovely grey-coloured lehenga, having heavy embroidery on it. She chose to tie her hair at the back. Sagarika completed her look with a striking ruby and diamond set.
Yet another cricket meets Bollywood couple, Hazel Keech and Yuvraj Singh looked dashing on all of their wedding functions. On the sangeet ceremony, the two of them chose to twin in their wedding attire. Hazel dazzled in a black and white centre-slit floor length dress. She kept her hair open with long curls and wore a beautiful single chain matha patti.
The dimpled beauty of Bollywood, Preity Zinta, shattered many hearts when she tied the knot on February 29, 2016, with long-time boyfriend, Gene Goodenough. On the sangeet ceremony, Preity chose to wear a lovely yellow salwar kameez having heavy golden embroidered on it. She did a neat hairdo where she just tied a few strands and kept the rest of the hair open at the back. Her green-coloured chaand baalis and teeka too grabbed the attention.
Famous Bollywood singer Tulsi Kumar walked down the aisle on February 22, 2015, with Jaipur-based businessman, Hitesh Ralhan. The singer looked like a queen on her sangeet ceremony. She looked spectacular in a light green coloured lehenga that had heavy golden work on it. She completed her look with heavy jewellery (like really heavy one!) inclusive of bangles, kamarband, passa, matha patti, teeks and neck pieces.
One of the most loved dusky beauties from B-town, Geeta Basra tied the knot with Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh on October 29, 2015, in Bhaji’s hometown, Jalandhar. For sangeet ceremony, Geeta picked a lovely bottle green coloured lehenga. The attire looked ravishing on her, and it had pretty golden patch work on it. To complete her look, Geeta wore matching bangles, gold jewellery and kept her hair half tied.
Aisha fame actress Amrita Puri said "I do" to her long-term boyfriend Imrum Sethi and looked like the dreamiest bride ever. Her dresses or outfits on every function made her the fashionista and a swagger bride in no time. For her sangeet party, she adorned herself with an ivory concept saree. It had a ruffled skirt having a sash style palla and belt to cinch the waist. And the icing on the cake was her exquisite Kundan necklace that added charm to her entire look.
Sangeet ceremony is considered to be one of the most important pre-wedding celebrations. So, pick your dress wisely as all eyes will be on you. Take a few hints from these Bollywood brides and leave a long-lasting impression on your friends and family members with your sangeet ceremony look.