This Bride Wore The Same Sabyasachi Lehenga As Worn By Deepika Padukone For Her Traditional Wedding

Deepika Padukone created headlines the moment she walked in the 'phoolon-ki-chaddar'. However, it was her bridal lehenga that became the trend, and we spotted this bride, who re-created her look.


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This Bride Wore The Same Sabyasachi Lehenga As Worn By Deepika Padukone For Her Traditional Wedding

When tinsel town’s charming lady, Deepika Padukone got married to B-town’s hottest bachelor, Ranveer Singh on November 14-15, 2018, the world knew they are going to witness an epic love story. They not only made us believe in love, but they also gave us trends by showing off immense love for their tradition. (Recommend Read: Throwback: Aishwarya Rai Recalls When Aaradhya Mistook Ranbir Kapoor To Be Father, Abhishek Bachchan)

While many millennial brides ditch the usual red lehengas and opt for pastels, Deepika chose to walk the traditional lane and created history with her bespoke Sabyasachi Mukherjee lehenga. Her wedding lehenga was specially curated for her and it was a triumph of her personal style that demonstrated her roots. The red gharara was hand embroidered with golden tilla details.

However, the highlight of her entire ensemble was her chowki design aari-taari dupatta that was completed with an embroidered saying, ‘Sada Saubhagyavati Bhava’ written on it in Devnagri. It is an age-old blessing given to newlyweds, which translates to ‘may you forever be married’. And it was worth a whopping INR. 8.95 Lakhs.  (Also Read: Esha Deol's Unseen Vidaai Video Of Crying Dharmendra, Emotional Deol Clan Will Leave You Teary-Eyed)

Well, her lehenga definitely set a huge trend and made us fall in love with the gota-patti work. Now, we have come across a beautiful picture of a bride, Ravina, who wore an exactly similar lehenga as of Deepika from designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. However, instead of double dupatta, she opted for a single dupatta and her lehenga’s waist belt was also embroidered with the same blessing. Take a look of it below:


Makeup artist, Meera Sakhrani, made her look radiant with well-defined eyes and bright red lipstick. Ravina opted for a layered neckpiece with green stones and a matha-patti that just made her look complete. Her kaleeras also resembled Deepika’s kaleera but the length was a bit small. (Don't Miss: Amitabh Bachchan Reveals How Dynamics And Roles Changed After Aishwarya Rai Came Into Their Family)

Well, Deepika’s lehenga definitely showed off India’s rich culture and heritage and no doubt it has become such a massive hit among the young brides.

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