Beautify your look with saree like Bollywood beauty Alia Bhatt

Sarees are back in fashion once again and Bollywood biggies prefer wearing heavy, simple, bordered sarees whenever attending a bash or film promotions. With sari, the person looks graceful, stylish and can never get out of style.

From curled beauty Kangana Ranaut to leggy lass Sonam Kapoor, the Bollywood fraternity has started wearing the trend of sarees and they have been showing off the six-yards like never before.

From moony whites to dreamy reds, B-town babes are currently doing experiments with diverse shades and even the stylish drape. During the past few years, we have witnessed diverse types of saree designs like dhoti sari, pant sari and also pre-draped sari. To offer you special saree motivation, you much check out Alia Bhatt's style file.

The 26-year-old biggie loves doing experiments with her superb style. From sporty attires to cultural wear, the actress never fails to make an impression on her buffs. Here are super stylish looks of Alia Bhatt wearing sarees, which left an eternal impression on us.

For a promotional occasion, she chose a customary weave saree designed by Tarun Tahiliani. What buffs loved comprised dappled green and pink hues.

The actress put on a ruffled sari which had green and yellow paisley print. She matched the Sabyasachi saree with a belt.

She put on a beautiful red saree designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee and looked stunning.

The actress selected a royal blue saree by ace designer Manish Malhotra and looked eye-catching! She decked up the bold-coloured saree with a pink choker.

For a marriage bash, she chose a white and pink brocade saree. She accomplished her appearance with chandbaali earrings and a cute gajra-decked bun.

by Neetu Panwar | Thu, Apr 18 - 03:25 PM

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