Riteish-Genelia sangeet ceremony: an Indian fashion show
The Riteish-Genelia sangeet ceremony was a glittering function in terms of fashion. The ceremony matched the sheen of an illustrious fashion show, with Genelia as the center of attraction and the B-town beauties surrounding her. The star-studded sangeet function was a gripping picture of traditional Indian fashion (shimmering saris and flamboyant anarkali suits) which is rare to catch on the silver screen these days. No doubt, they are Hindustani in heart.
Genelia wearing an off-white embellished lehenga, a kundan-encrusted blouse with pink-bordered net sleeves and a net dupatta with silver zari border was the showstopper at her own sangeet ceremony. She looked the goddess of beauty, and her panache was remarkable. With dazzles of the diamond jewelry, the shine of her Indian ceremony special fashion doubled up.
Sophie the onscreen show stealer turned heads on with her simple yet sophisticated appearance in a cream colored shimmering sari at the Riteish-Genelia sangeet ceremony. She oozed oomph wearing a crimson red choli in contrast to the sea-through sari glittering with silver work along the border. She looked a real Indian beauty wearing no jewelry except a pair of earrings.
The B-town’s chikni chameli carried off the bell in a light pink anarkali suit embellished with golden and silver zari. Despite covering her “shila ki jawani” in the traditional Indian outfit, she managed to grab attention from all around. Her handbag and sandals were in perfect tune with her desi wear.
This invitee at the Riteish-Genelia sangeet ceremony appeared dressed from top to toe in an ankle-length fabulous suit leaving no space for jewelry. Her Rajputana-kind-of-outfit covering her ‘lajja’ was heavily embellished with embroidery around the neck and along the sleeves. The simple black handbag was a mismatch with the flamboyant Indian wear.
Dia looked a colorful Rajasthani beauty at the sangeet function. Decked in a wide-border, light orange net sari, she made a complete desi fashion statement. The golden work on the peacock blue sari border, the half-sleeve pink-red blouse and the matching golden jewelry added to her grace.
Manyata the B-town item girl appeared in a true Indian style at the sangeet gala. Her appearance in a beetle green sequin lehenga and a net sari with dazzling zardousi work was a departure from her silver screen image. Diamond jewelry added elegance to her appearance. In brief, her desi fashion statement was remarkable.
Sri Devi, Bollywood’s roop ki rani, appeared in a royal blue suit with silver shine all over and golden work around the neck of the outfit. Sri Devi’s appearance refreshed the picture of her heady fashion time in Yash Chopra’s Chandni. The blue-bordered net dupatta complemented the desi dressing style. The pair of shoulder-touching jhumkas rejuvenated her chulbuli onscreen image.
Sameera Reddy and Shamita Shetty added stars to the Riteish-Genelia sangeet ceremony by appearing in a red suit and a yellowish orange anarkali dress with rich zardousi work respectively.