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May 10, 2022

Tara Sutaria in Indian clothing


Bollywood actress Tara Sutaria knows how to rock a traditional look like a queen. Let’s decipher some of her elegant Indian fusion outfits.

by Mamta Roy

Scarlet Georgette Saree


Tara Sutaria looked stunning in a scarlet georgette saree with scalloped border, sequins and lace.She paired it with a sweetheart neckline backless shirt

Bright pink salad set


Tara picked out a bright pink sharara set from Arpita Mehta's collection. Her indo-western shrug was embellished with shells and she paired it with high-waisted pants and a bra.

Cherry pink pre-draped saree


To take her fashion game to the next level, Tara opted for a cherry red printed 'dhoti' saree from the Punit Balana collection. Wearing her crushed 'pallu' loosely, she flaunted her 'desi' look.

Black and gold salad set


Tara Sutaria provided inspiration for the perfect bridesmaid outfit, with her black ensemble covered in gold embroidery. She wore a sheer 'dupatta' which also had fringes on it.

Handwoven ivory two-piece set


The actress turned heads in a handwoven two-piece. High-waisted skirts feature thigh-high slits and a draped effect below the waist. She paired it with a square neck blouse and looked beautiful.

Peach mirror detail saree


At a movie screening, the actress wore an elegant peach colored lightweight saree. Tara paired it with a matching sleeveless blouse and kept her luscious locks down.

Turquoise silk dress


The actress opted for a turquoise silk 'chanderi' skirt and halter neck blouse embellished with colorful floral 'resham' embroidery. She ditched the heavy jewelry and looked stunning.

Multicolor Sequin Saree


Tara loves all things sparkly and glam! She wowed in a loose-fitting Manish Malhotra saree embellished with colorful sequins. She accessorized with a matching bra and triple-layered diamond necklace.

Rose pink gown by Tara Sutaria


Tara looked beautiful in a rosy pink high-waisted gown. Her sleeveless 'choli' featured gold embroidery and scoop neck. Lots of draping at the waist added an edge to her overall look.

Diwali is ready


The 'Heropanti 2' actress wore a royal red Anarkali 'kurta' paired with purple silk 'dupatt' and light green palazzo pants. She tied her hair in a bun at the back and looked beautiful.

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