Bollywood actresses have high attainments in jewelry. Here are some of the unique ‘maang teekas’ worn by divas at their weddings.
Shilpa Shetty wore a stunning golden 'kundan' studded 'sheesh patti' style 'maang teeka'. It has two chains attached to it, forming a 'matha patti', adding to the South Indian style.
Preity Zinta looked royal in a golden 'sheesh patti' style 'maang teeka' embellished with rubies. She also paired it with a set of eye-catching jewelry.
Kareena Kapoor Khan wore her mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore's bridal gown. She paired the look with a royal 'maang teeka' and 'jhoomar'. She looked like a royal princess.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas wore Sabyasachi Couture at her wedding. She paired her look with diamond jewelry, but her voluminous 'maang teeka' was the standout piece.
Bipasha Basu looked like a perfect Bengali bride in her bridal attire. She donned a gorgeous diamond studded 'matha patti' style 'maang teeka'.
Kajal donned a gorgeous 'choli' gown and paired it with a stunning star-and-moon style 'sheesh patti' accented with a 'kundan' and diamond earrings.
Yami Gautam kept her wedding look simple yet elegant. She paired a wide, round golden 'maang teeka' with pearl beads.
Katrina Kaif looked stunning at her wedding. She opted for a Sabyasachi lehenga and paired her look with a temple jewelery style 'matha patti' and a diamond studded 'sheesh patti'.
Sonam Kapoor looked gorgeous in her wedding dress, but it was her three-tiered 'kundan' and pearl-encrusted 'maharani' style 'matha patti' that stole the show.
Esha Deol Tatkhani has worn gold temple jewelery before, but it was the striking pink bejeweled 'matha patti' that matched her bridal attire that stole the show.
Deepika Padukone wore a wide diamond cut 'maang teeka' studded with pearl beads, paired with a wide neckline, 'chandbalis' and 'nath'.
Anushka Sharma kept her look subtle with a pink and diamond studded 'matha patti' that matched her outfit.
Soha Ali Khan looked stunning in her wedding dress as she paired a gold and pearl beaded 'maang teeka' with a 'jhoomar'.