Bollywood divas had looked beautiful in their bridal 'avatar' and had won millions of hearts with their ravishing wedding looks. Check out!
By Kalash Khurana
Kajol had turned into a Maharashtrian bride and had donned a green saree. She had completed her look with traditional bridal jewellery, which had included a 'nath', green bangles, and a 'vaaki'.
Madhuri Dixit had looked stunning in a golden ethnic wear with elaborate and intricate work on it. She had paired it with a net 'dupatta' and had opted for minimal makeup and matching jewellery.
Esha Deol had worn a bright red and gold lehenga, designed by Neeta Lulla, for her D-day. The dress was complemented by heavy traditional temple jewellery in gold.
Hema Malini had turned into a typical South Indian bride and had worn a green saree. She had kept her look minimal and had opted for a simple bridal jewellery set.
Sridevi had looked like a traditional South Indian bride, and had donned a bright saree and minimal jewellery. She had opted for a deep red lip shade and had won hearts with her million dollar smile.
Malaika Arora had chosen an off-shoulder wedding gown, with a plunging neckline on her D-Day. The simple string of pearls had added the right amount of oomph to her look.
Raveena Tandon had looked gorgeous in a red lehenga and had paired it with a full-sleeved blouse. She had completed her look with 'chooda', and heavy jewellery.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan had worn a traditional, golden yellow Kanjeevaram saree on her D-day. She had opted for 22 karat gold jewellery, and had looked gorgeous.
Konkona Sen had made for a resplendent bride. She had chosen to wear her grandmother's traditional gold jewellery, which had matched her golden bridal outfit.
Kareena Kapoor Khan had worn her mother-in-law, Sharmila Tagore's wedding 'gharara', which was restored by Ritu Kumar. She had completed her look with heavy gold and 'kundan' jewellery.
Anushka Sharma had worn a pale pink-coloured Sabyasachi lehenga that had renaissance embroidery on it. She had completed her look with uncut diamond and spinel choker, earrings and a 'matha patti'.
Sharmila Tagore had worn a stunning golden-coloured 'gharara' for her 'nikah'. She had opted for stunning jewellery that had not only complemented her outfit, but also added a royal charm to her look.
Preity Zinta had worn a bright red lehenga with traditional embroidery in gold. Her lehenga was designed by her favourite Manish Malhotra. She had opted for 'jadau' jewellery to complete her look.
For her Sindhi wedding, Deepika had donned a red Sabyasachi lehenga with intricate hand-embroidery golden 'tilla' details, paired with a 'chowki' design 'aari-taari dupatta' with a heavy border.
Patralekhaa Paul had looked pretty in red tulle, 'buti' embroidered Sabyasachi saree. She had paired her outfit with a long red-coloured sheer veil embroidered at the hemline with a Bengali verse.
Priyanka had worn a glittering red Sabyasachi lehenga, which had adornments made of hand-cut organza flowers, French knots, and Siam-red crystals. She had completed her look with heavy jewellery.
Katrina Kaif had donned a red Sabyasachi lehenga on her big day. The gorgeous bride had radiated the bridal glow as she had worn a statement 'matha patti', neckpiece, matching earrings and a 'nath'.