Anushka Sharma is a great actress, but what we can never get over is her fashion sense. Let's take a look at her gorgeous saree collection.
By Ankita Mukherjee
Anushka looked stunning in a black georgette saree that had a pink patch work with 'zari' border. She had completed the look with a statement 'jhumka', smokey eyes and a small 'bindi'.
Actress had worn a black and golden saree with a sleeveless, 'zari' stitched blouse at an award function. She had completed the look with 'gajra' on her bun, smokey eyes and a pair of big 'jhumkas'.
Who doesn't remember Sridevi's blue chiffon saree moment from 'Mr India'? Anushka had draped a similar red one in 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' and had paired it with statement earrings. She had looked pretty!
Anushka donned a red 'banarasi' Sabyasachi saree at her reception night and had paired it with a broad choker and big earrings. She had completed her look with a sleek bun, a 'bindi' and 'sindoor'.
Anushka had looked absolutely stunning in Sabyasachi collection. She had worn a maroon velvet saree and had paired it with a choker set. She had completed the look with kohled eyes, 'bindi' and a bun.
Anushka had worn a transparent saree embellished with stones and 'resham'. She had completed the look with an emerald jewellery set, soft curled pony tail and a subtle makeup with kohled eyes.
Anushka had dazzled in a sea-green, peach coloured organza saree and had completed the look with a big pair of statement earrings, brown lipshade, kohled eyes and messy bun.
On Diwali, 2018, Anushka Sharma had posted this picture with hubby, Virat Kohli, wearing a gorgeous beige coloured saree. She had paired it with a 'polki' jewellery set, a bun and a 'bindi'.
Anushka had worn a red organza saree with 'zari' border and had completed the look flaunting her engagement ring, along with 'jhumkas', 'mangalsutra', 'chooda', 'sindoor' and 'bindi'.
On Anushka's first 'Karwachauth', the actress had draped a yellow and white striped saree and had paired it with statement 'jhumkas'. She had completed the look with 'bindi' and 'sindoor'.