Sharara is the new fashion trend and here are a few Bollywood actresses who slayed their look in it.
By Sonali Sachdeva
Sara Ali Khan donned a floral ‘sharara’ set for the promotions of her film, ‘Love Aaj Kal’. She had picked the beautiful ethinic outfit from the designer, Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor.
The cute actress opted for a wine shade coloured ‘sharara’ suit from the ace designer, Sabysachi Mukherjee. Her noodle strap 'kurti' was embroidered intricately with golden 'resham'.
Disha Patani wore a teal blue ‘sharara’ set for a friend’s wedding which was designed by Arpita Mehta. She paired it with a statement blouse embroidered and embellished with 'zari' and sequins.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra looked alluring in a three-piece ‘sharara’ set called the ‘Roza’ set by Anita Dongre. The pastel pink and peach outfit consisted of a sleeveless 'kurta', and flared pants.
Shamita Shetty looked gorgeous in her ethnic ensemble by designer Bhumika Grover. She adorned a burnt orange sequin work ‘sharara’ set for 2021 'Janmashtami' celebrations.
The Bollywood diva wore a pastel-green Ritika Mirchandani ‘sharara’ set. Her outfit featured an off-white coloured noodle strap 'kurta' with floral embroidery and a waist belt.
Actoress Karisma Kapoor opted for a red peplum style ‘kurta’ and ‘sharara’ pants, from the designer, Ritika Mirchandi. The outfit was intricately embellished with beadwork all over the 'kurta'.
In 2018, for the opening of the Prithvi Theatre Film Festival in Mumbai. Bebo donned a sky- blue Simar Dugal ‘sharara’ set, which she paired with golden ‘juttis’ and a golden ‘potli’ bag.
The actress looked stunning in Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s royal black ‘sharara’. The outfit had golden embroideries and borders which made the dress look ethereal. She kept her jewellery minimal.
She had dressed in a red ‘sharara’ from the designer, Ridhi Mehra’s festive wear collection, ‘Reflections’. The outfit comprised of a pemplum cut ‘kurta’, and flared ‘sharara’ style pants.
Deepika amazed everyone in a deep green Sabyasachi Mukherjee ‘sharara’. Her outfit was doused in rich golden ‘gota-patti’ and sequin work. She looked stunning in her ethnic ensemble.
Parineeti wore a marshmellow-blue ‘sharara’ from the designers, Sukriti and Aakriti. The outfit had a subtle ‘gota’ work done on it. She had complemented her look with oxidised silver 'jhumkas'.