Anushka Sharma to Vidya Balan to Deepika Padukone: Actresses who flaunted Sabyasachi Mukherjee's collection

First Published 17, Nov 2020, 12:00 PM

Is it even a wedding if you are not wearing a Sabyasachi?
 

<p>Is it even a wedding if you are not wearing a Sabyasachi?</p>

Is it even a wedding if you are not wearing a Sabyasachi?

<p>Deepika Padukone is seen donning a red Kanjeevaram saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee pairing it with heavy bridal jewelry- necklaces, earrings and mathapatti.</p>

Deepika Padukone is seen donning a red Kanjeevaram saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee pairing it with heavy bridal jewelry- necklaces, earrings and mathapatti.

<p>Deepika Padukone is seen donning a red Kanjeevaram saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee pairing it with heavy bridal jewelry- necklaces, earrings and mathapatti.</p>

Deepika Padukone is seen donning a red Kanjeevaram saree by Sabyasachi Mukherjee pairing it with heavy bridal jewelry- necklaces, earrings and mathapatti.

<p>When the leading lady of Bollywood became Mrs Virat Kohli, she chose Sabyasachi not just for her big day but also for the pre and post-wedding rituals.</p>

When the leading lady of Bollywood became Mrs Virat Kohli, she chose Sabyasachi not just for her big day but also for the pre and post-wedding rituals.

<p>The South Indian beauty chose a golden and beige Sabyasachi lehenga with a hint of maroon on the heavy border for her nuptials with Micromax CEO Rahul Sharma.</p>

The South Indian beauty chose a golden and beige Sabyasachi lehenga with a hint of maroon on the heavy border for her nuptials with Micromax CEO Rahul Sharma.

<p>Amrita Puri's bridal lehenga was made using one hundred and eleven colours of silk thread and sequins weaved into artistic panels translated from Persian works, a signature Sabyasachi design. The actress tied the knot with restaurateur Imrun Sethi.</p>

Amrita Puri's bridal lehenga was made using one hundred and eleven colours of silk thread and sequins weaved into artistic panels translated from Persian works, a signature Sabyasachi design. The actress tied the knot with restaurateur Imrun Sethi.

<p>The actress and her cricketer hubby, Zaheer Khan, chose a small court wedding followed by a grand reception. Both the occasions saw her rocking a Sabyasachi ensemble. For the wedding, was a plain red saree with zardozi border and for the reception, a beige lehenga with lots of work on it was picked out.</p>

The actress and her cricketer hubby, Zaheer Khan, chose a small court wedding followed by a grand reception. Both the occasions saw her rocking a Sabyasachi ensemble. For the wedding, was a plain red saree with zardozi border and for the reception, a beige lehenga with lots of work on it was picked out.

<p>To exchange vows with husband, actor Kunal Khemu, Soha Ali Khan chose a lehenga from the designer's Opium collection. The orange and gold outfit was paired up with heavy jewellery and a passa.</p>

To exchange vows with husband, actor Kunal Khemu, Soha Ali Khan chose a lehenga from the designer's Opium collection. The orange and gold outfit was paired up with heavy jewellery and a passa.

To exchange vows with husband, actor Kunal Khemu, Soha Ali Khan chose a lehenga from the designer's Opium collection. The orange and gold outfit was paired up with heavy jewellery and a passa.

To exchange vows with husband, actor Kunal Khemu, Soha Ali Khan chose a lehenga from the designer's Opium collection. The orange and gold outfit was paired up with heavy jewellery and a passa.

<p>This Sabya bride, television actor Aamna Sharif, clearly had her wedding outfit memo in place - royal and opulent.</p>

This Sabya bride, television actor Aamna Sharif, clearly had her wedding outfit memo in place - royal and opulent.

<p>Moving away from the usual bridal red, Pia chose a design from Sabyasachi’s Devi collection. The duck egg blue lehenga in Indo-Victorian pattern with fine aari-taari and zardozi and minimal make-up made her really stand out.</p>

Moving away from the usual bridal red, Pia chose a design from Sabyasachi’s Devi collection. The duck egg blue lehenga in Indo-Victorian pattern with fine aari-taari and zardozi and minimal make-up made her really stand out.

<p>A Sabyasachi loyalist, Vidya chose a simple red Benarasi saree along with gold jewellery for her wedding look too.</p>

A Sabyasachi loyalist, Vidya chose a simple red Benarasi saree along with gold jewellery for her wedding look too.