Durga Puja is here, and we have brought you the most trendy celeb-inspired festive looks!
By Mamta Roy
Rani Mukerji draped a green organza Sabyasachi saree, which had silver zari border on it. The lightweight saree didn’t just look pretty on Rani, it also made a good choice for Durga puja.
Bong beauty, Kajol wore a ‘sindoori’ red Raya saree from Anita Dongre’s couture. Her traditional saree came with a delicate border and embroideries of ‘gota patti’ pearl work and ‘zardozi’.
Former Miss Universe, Sushmita Sen kept it simple in a pink-hued sheer saree adorned with floral threadwork. Full-sleeved blouse, open tresses, and a statement neckpiece made Sushmita look gorgeous.
On ‘Ashtami’, you can stun your friends in a ‘kanjeevaram’ blue saree just like politician-actress, Nusrat. She added an edge to her looks with gold jewellery.
One of the Bengali actresses to make it big in Bollywood, Bipasha Basu kept her outfit fuss-free in a loose-fit ‘sharara’ set. The greyish dress can be a perfect fit for pandal hopping during puja.
‘Uttaran’ fame, Tina Datta slayed in a white-hued silk saree adorned with red tie-dye prints. She styled her look with a white stone studded choker and a matching bracelet.
‘Kundali Bhagya’ actress, Shraddha Arya is a fashionista. She looked pretty in a strapless sequin blouse and powdered blue lehenga. If you’re a sucker for pastel hues, go for Shraddha’s look.
Alia Bhatt knows what looks best on her. For a ‘hatke’ look, she opted for an orange organza saree with a black sequin blouse. A sleek bun and dangling earrings did the magic for her.
Puja fashion is incomplete without some glitz and glamour. Shilpa Shetty’s sexy maroon sequin saree is arguably the best choice for standing out in the crowd. She wore ear drops and ditched neckpiece.
Former Miss World, Aishwarya turned heads in a black full-sleeved blouse paired with a transparent saree. Her boat-neck blouse stole the limelight in spilt seconds.
Known for her style files, Deepika Padukone’s multi-coloured saree can be a perfect choice for the festive season. She wore statement bangles and dangling earrings.
Jacqueline wore a v-neck blouse layered with a blue checkered saree. She added a belt to her waist area and looked enchanting. However, it was the shells at the hem of her blouse which stole the show.
Kiara Advani wore a parrot green saree which had white thread-work on it. A floral sleeveless blouse and stone studded ‘jhumkas’ completed her overall ethnic look.
Gen Z star, Sara believes in keeping her attires chic and beautiful. Clad in a floral pink lehenga, Sara looked breathtakingly stunning. She completed her look with diamond jewellery.
Style icon, Kareena wore a customised organza saree, which had Bebo written on it. If you’re a fan of customised lightweight saree, then you can definitely go for Bebo’s outfit.
For pink lovers, Shruti Haasan’s cool tie-dye pink saree would be a perfect fit. Without much ‘taam-jham’, Shruti kept it simple with a set of ‘jhumkas’ and a ‘bindi’.
Dusky beauty, Konkona Sen looked like a princess in a floral blouse layered with a baby pink saree and statement earrings. Her subtle outfit made her look gorgeous and trendy.
‘Naagin’ actress, Mouni Roy is known for her cool sartorial picks. She donned a brown striped saree with oxidised jewellery. She made her look stand out by adding a belt in the waist area.