For their real wedding, these Indian TV actresses made sure they looked a bit 'hatke' than their regular looks. Check out!
By Kalash Khurana
Shraddha had donned a heavily embellished lehenga and had paired it with an embroidered 'choli'. She had completed her look with heavy neckpieces, a 'nath', matching earrings, and a 'maang teeka'.
Drashti Dhami had chosen a marsala-coloured classic lehenga and a simple blouse. She had adorned 'polki' and pearl jewellery, and her choice of a small nose ring had done justice to her subtle makeup.
Dressed in a red Sabyasachi lehenga with 'pallu' drawn over her head, Mohena had looked spectacular on her D-Day. She had accentuated her look with a 'bindi', 'matha patti', a 'nath' and a 'borla'.
Ankita Lokhande had looked gorgeous in a golden-coloured lehenga on her D-Day. She had flaunted her bangles, a 'seesh patti', and two uncut 'kundan' stone necklaces with matching earrings.
Nehha Pendse had opted for a pastel-pink Nauvari saree and had aced her Maharashtrian bride glow. The actress had accessorised her look with a 'nath' and 'chandrakor tikali'.
For her 'nikah', Dipika had looked mesmerising in a pink 'sharara' which she had accessorised with 'kundan' jewellery, a 'nath' and a 'paasa'.
Disha Parmar had looked beautiful in a red and golden lehenga at her wedding. She had completed her look with red 'chooda' and statement jewellery.
Rubina had opted for an ivory lehenga with floral embroidery all over it. She had accentuated her look with a neckpiece, statement earrings, a 'maang teeka' and a 'nath'.
Kratika Sengar had flaunted a heavy dabka work lehenga in pink and red. Her blouse had beautiful net sleeves with zircon work on them. She had completed her look with 'kundan' jewellery.
Anita had draped a gold and white Kanjeevaram silk saree and had completed her look with a 'gajra'. She had paired her look with authentic temple jewellery in gold and pearl.
Sargun was decked up in a heavy maroon and gold lehenga with a velvet blouse. She had added a little green in her 'dupatta' and had completed her look with 'kundan' jewellery.
Aamna's orange-coloured wedding lehenga had golden work on it, but the 'dupatta' was of peach colour, which had added a soft touch to the entire look. Her jewellery was in 'polki', 'kundan' and pearl.
On her D-day, Bharti had looked pretty in Adhya’s blue and fuchsia pink lehenga with a beautiful Swarovski worked 'dupatta'. From her jewellery to her makeup to her hairstyle, everything was on point.
Aashka had donned a white gown on her wedding. The trail, lacework gown with floral appliqué and bouffant sleeves had made the attire eye-catching. She had teamed it with a delicate diamond necklace.
At her wedding, Smriti had looked flawless in a light pink embellished lehenga. Smriti had paired her lehenga with heavy jewellery, a 'maang teeka', a 'jhoomar' and a 'kamarbandh'.