Durga Puja is here and we bring you the most stylish festive looks from celebrities!
by Mamta Roy
Rani Mukerji draped a green organza Sabyasachi saree with silver zari border. The lightweight saree not only looks beautiful on the Rani, it is also a good choice for Durga Puja.
Kajol was a beauty in a 'sindoori' red Raya saree designed by Anita Dongre. Her traditional saree featured intricate borders with 'gota patti' pearl work and 'zardozi' embroidery.
Former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen kept her style simple in a pink sheer saree embellished with floral threads. Sushmita looked gorgeous in a full-sleeved blouse, open hair and a statement neckline.
In 'Ashtami', you can wow your friends in a 'kanjeevaram' blue saree just like politician-actress Nusrat. She added a touch of edge to her look with gold jewellery.
Bipasha Basu, one of the budding Bengali actresses in Bollywood, kept her look effortless in a loose-fitting 'sharara' suit. This gray dress is perfect for pandal dancing during puja.
Tina Datta of 'North' fame sizzled in a white silk saree with red tie-dye prints. She completed her look with a necklace studded with white gemstones and a matching bracelet.
'Kundali Bhagya' actress Shraddha Arya is a fashionista. She looked beautiful in a strapless sequined blouse and a powder blue gown. If you like pastel shades, go for Shraddha's look.
Alia Bhatt knows what's best for her. For the "hat" look, she chose an orange organza sari paired with a black sequined blouse. A sleek bun and dangling earrings brought the magic to her look.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra
Puja fashion is incomplete without some glitz and glamour. Shilpa Shetty’s sexy maroon sequin saree is arguably the best choice to stand out from the crowd. She put on ear drops and ditched her neckpiece.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Former Miss World Aishwarya looked eye-catching in a black full-sleeved blouse paired with a sheer saree. Her boat neck blouse stole the show in just seconds.
Deepika Padukone is known for her style archives and her colorful sarees are perfect for the festivals. She wore eye-catching bracelets and dangling earrings.
Jacqueline wore a V-neck blouse paired with a blue checked saree. She added a belt around her waist and looked stunning. However, the seashell pattern on the hem of her shirt stole the show.
Kiara Advani wore a parrot green saree with white threads on it. A floral sleeveless blouse and stone-studded 'jhumkas' completed her overall ethnic look.
Sara Ali Khan
As a Gen Z star, Sara firmly believes that her outfits must remain chic and beautiful. Sarah looked breathtaking in her pink floral gown. She completed her look with diamond jewellery.
kareena kapoor khan
Fashion icon Kareena wore a custom-made organza saree with Bebo written on it. If you are a fan of custom-made lightweight sarees, then you can definitely opt for Bebo's outfits.
For pink lovers, Shruti Haasan’s cool tie-dye pink saree will be perfect. Shruti doesn't have much 'taam-jham' but keeps it simple with a set of 'jhumkas' and 'bindi'.
Konkona Sen looked like a princess in a dark complexion and a floral blouse paired with a light pink saree and statement earrings. Her exquisite outfit makes her look gorgeous and stylish.
'Naagin' actress Mouni Roy is known for her cool sartorial choices. She wore a brown striped saree and wore oxidized jewellery. She added a belt at the waist to accentuate her look.