Sari, the latest Bollywood fashion at 57th Idea Filmfare Award function
Bollywood fashion is a trend in itself. It is a trend setter across the country. The Bollywood divas not only scorch the silver screen with their revealing fashion but also stun the eyes with their ever-changing style statement in real life. Outside the reel, the Filmfare Award ceremony gives gripping glimpses of Bollywood fashion when the B-town beauties walk down the red carpet. Sari, a traditional Indian woman wear, was the theme of Bollywood fashion at 57th Idea Filmfare Award function this year. Though, a few actresses such as Priyanka Chopra, Kalki Koechlin, Chitrangada, Bipasha Basu turned up as pardeshi girls in western outfits.
Vidya Balan, a desi girl in the true sense of traditional Indian fashion, stole the show by wearing a light golden green Kanjeevaram paired with a low-back, green bordered blouse. A green bindi at the middle of her forehead complemented her decent or non-dirty look.
Next to Vidya is Madhuri Dixit Nene flaunting traditional Indian look with air of modern fashion. The dhak dhak girl of 1990s was draped in a net sari (the trendiest sari fashion these days) embroidered with silver thread. The sleeveless blouse with flat collar and the matching jewelry rhymed with her sari.
Deepika Padukone deserves a mention for her sari fashion at the 57th Idea Filmfare Award gala. She looked her best in a transparent net sari, heavily embroidered and tinged in light shades of pink and purple. The embellished blouse with low cleavage front perfected her desi fashion statement.
Kareena and Karisma joined the bandwagon of Bollywood sari fashion at the Idea Filmfare Award function this year. The duo turned the heads on with their simple yet sophisticated appearance in sari. Karisma wore a red and zari bordered white sari complemented by a skimpy blouse. Kareena looked lively in a transparent net sari with silver drop prints all over, revealing her zero size figure.
Rekha was the center of attraction in the loop of Bollywood divas wearing sari at the illustrious event. Adding to her enduring appeal was a traditional South Indian sari in match with a gleaming violet blouse. She wooed everyone as an ideal Indian beauty with dazzles of her favorite jewelry.