Rani Mukherji knows how to ace the game of fashion in jaw-dropping sarees. So, let's decode her recent saree looks.
By Tanya Shree
On 'Maha Ashtami', Rani Mukherji had donned a beautiful gold-hued silk saree with a matching blouse. She accessorised her look with an embellished long necklace, a pair of earrings, and nude makeup.
On 'Navami', Rani had worn a red-hued silk saree featuring golden border and 'butti' work. She complemented her look with a statement neckpiece, a pair of earrings, kohl-rimmed eyes, and 'sindoor'.
Rani exuded 90's vibe in an ivory-coloured floral Sabyasachi saree and paired it with a sleeveless blouse. She accessorised her look with an elegant 'raani haar', studs, red lips and bun with florals.
Rani draped a bright green saree adorned with a striking royal blue border during the festivities. She completed her look with an oxidised choker necklace, a pair of 'jhumkas' and a small 'bindi'.
Rani once draped a deep-green coloured saree featuring red floral prints all over it and paired it with a matching deep neckline blouse. She opted for red bangles, earrings and an oxidised ring.
Once, Rani had worn a cream-hued floral printed saree by Masaba Gupta. She paired it with a matching full-sleeve blouse, black bangles, and a nose pin. Wavy hairdo and nude makeup completed her look.
Rani draped a stunning cow printed yellow saree from Masaba Gupta's designer collection and paired it with a matching blouse. She opted for blue bangles, smokey eyes, a gold nose pin and a 'bindi'.