The Bollywood diva looked gorgeous in her bridal 'avatar' and won millions of hearts with her glamorous wedding look. Check!
Kajol turned into a Maharashtrian bride and donned a green saree. She completed her look with traditional bridal jewellery, which included 'nath', green bangles and 'vaaki'.
Madhuri Dixit looked stunning in a golden ethnic outfit with intricate intricate patterns on it. She paired it with a net 'dupatta' and opted for minimal makeup and matching jewellery.
Esha Deol wore a bright red and gold gown by Neeta Lulla on D-Day. The dress also comes with heavy traditional temple gold ornaments.
Hema Malini turned into a typical South Indian bride in a green saree. She kept her look simple and opted for a simple bridal jewelry set.
Sridevi looked like a traditional South Indian bride in a bright sari and simple jewellery. She opted for a deep red lip gloss and won hearts with her million-dollar smile.
Malaika Arora opted for an off-shoulder wedding dress with a plunging neckline for D-day. A simple strand of pearls added just the right amount of glamor to her look.
Raveena Tandon looked stunning in a red lehenga which she paired with a long-sleeved blouse. She completed her look with a 'chooda' and chunky jewellery.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan wore a traditional golden Kanjeevaram saree on D-Day. She chose 22 carat gold jewelry and looked gorgeous.
Konkona Sen is a radiant bride. She chose to wear her grandmother's traditional gold jewelry, which matched her golden bridal attire.
Kareena Kapoor Khan wore her mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore's wedding 'gharara', which was restored by Ritu Kumar. She completed her look with heavy gold and 'kundan' jewellery.
Anushka Sharma wore a light pink Sabyasachi gown with Renaissance embroidery on it. She completed her look with an uncut diamond and spinel choker, earrings and 'matha patti'.
Sharmila Tagore wore a stunning golden 'gharara' for her 'nikah'. She chose stunning jewelery that not only complemented her outfit but also added royal glamor to her look.
Preity Zinta wore a bright red gown with traditional gold embroidery. Her gown was designed by her favorite Manish Malhotra. She chose 'jadau' jewelery to complete her look.
For her Sindhi wedding, Deepika donned a red Sabyasachi lehenga with intricate hand-embroidered gold 'tilla' detailing, paired with a 'chowki' design 'aari-taari dupatta' with thick borders.
Patralekhaa Paul looked beautiful in a red tulle, 'buti' embroidered Sabyasachi saree. She paired the outfit with a long red sheer veil, which had a Bengali verse embroidered on the hem.
Priyanka wore a shimmering red Sabyasachi lehenga embellished with hand-cut organza flowers, French knots and embellishments made of Siamese red crystals. She completed her look with chunky jewellery.
Katrina Kaif donned a red Sabyasachi lehenga on her big day. The gorgeous bride wore a striking 'matha patti', neckpiece, matching earrings and 'nath' that gave off a bridal glow.