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Their Bridal Trousseau Cost As Much As A Wedding!

We’ve all seen our Bollywood divas in the most impressive of on-screen and off-screen avatars. Their on-point fashion sense and beauty game is something that leaves us in awe of them. However, we have to agree when a few of them stepped out as real-life brides, the sight was spellbinding. The bridal trousseau these leading ladies chose for their respective D Day literally stole our hearts. Joining the ‘mesmerising bride’ gang is none other than actress Sonam Kapoor. While we still have to wait to know the cost of her wedding trousseau, here are some of the other reel to real brides whose wedding lehnga costed more than what our entire weddings would cost. What if we cant afford them, at least there is always some scope for inspiration.

Sonam Kapoor

Sonam went totally traditional for the ceremony. The red and gold outfit had a The bride wore a bright red Anuradha Vakil lehenga with a gold border. It was adorned with Lotus and star motifs. She teamed it with a stunning mathapatti and Guttapulasu necklace that gave a vintage Maharani look. She was styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania for the big day. Namrata Soni did the makeup and hair with assistance from Arti Nayar. The makeup had soft peach cheeks, red tinted lip and slightly dramatic eyes as revealed by Soni to Vogue. The outfit was finished off by shoes from Jimmy Choo.

Anushka Sharma

Anushka’s wedding attire which was exclusively designed by an ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Dressed in a floral pink lehenga choli, Anushka looked like a dream, with minimum makeup, her beauty was enhanced.

The lehenga was adorned with “Renaissance embroidery in vintage English colors embellished with silver-gold metal thread, pearls, and beads.”

Sabyasachi who is known for his traditional taste and exclusively designs for brides chose a perfect outfit for the beautiful actress and made her look a gorgeous bride.

Sabyasachi lehenga costs between 1.2 lakhs to 6 lakhs. But the ones costing between Rs 1- 3 lakhs are simpler lehengas.

The bridal lehengas cost between 2.95 to 6-7 lakhs. There are also some couture pieces which go up to 25 lakhs.

Talking about Anushka’s lehenga which we can’t stop praising, have you wondered how much has her dress cost?

Well, we are sure you won’t be able to imagine the price but Anushka’s lehenga costs between Rs. 25 lakhs to 30 lakhs. Yes, you heard it right!

According to reports, the actress might have customized her lehenga which must have cost her overall attire around 40 to45 lakhs.

Shilpa Shetty

Shilpa married London-based businessman Raj Kundra in 2009 and her wedding was one of the most talked-about in the country. To this grand affair, the actress chose to wear a heavily embroidered red saree designed by ace designer Tarun Tahiliani. Her outfit was finished with 8,000 Swarovski crystals. The overall cost of her saree was a whopping 50 lakh rupees. Shilpa complemented it with her Rs 3 crore engagement ring and other jewellery items loaded with uncut diamonds and emeralds.

Aishwarya Rai

Aishwarya’s wedding outfits was the most expensive of the lot. The saree she wore for her D-Day was worth Rs 75 lakh. Neeta Lulla designed her bridal outfit and it was finished with beautiful Swarovski crystals and gold threadwork. The Fanne Khan actress paired it with 22 karat gold jewellery.

 Kareena Kapoor Khan

areena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan said ‘qubool hai’ in 2012. While at her nikaah the actress wore her mother-in-law’s restored bridal outfit, for the reception, she donned a maroon and burgundy lehenga worth Rs 50 lakh. It was a Manish Malhotra creation, which she teamed up with a heavy diamond necklace.

Genelia D’souza Deshmukh

Genelia tied the knot with her long-time boyfriend Riteish Deshmukh in 2012. The couple had a white wedding as well as a traditional Maharashtrian one. For the latter, she donned a red and gold saree by designer Neeta Lulla. The outfit’s rumoured cost was 17 lakh rupees and its border was embellished with gold Kundan embroidery. She teamed this saree with traditional Maharashtrian-style jewellery.



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