The designer duo Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla are celebrating 33 years of their journey. For this, they have been posting a few throwback pictures from their archives that they designed back in the '90s. And amongst them was Shweta Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan's photo. Though the mother-daughter photo was bringing out the elegance, it was AKSK's caption that caught our attention. The photo of Shweta was actually shot just 4 days before delivering Navya Naveli.
While sharing the picture on their Instagram handle, he wrote, "1997: Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla designed their first ever wedding and created a new standard for celebration. For the wedding itself they broke with tradition and made white the epitome of bridal elegance!
The duo dressed Shweta Bachchan Nanda in a delicate, white Chikan ensemble. Crafted in real silver and antique gota borders with Zardozi embroidery at the hem, the dress exquisitely complemented the bride’s fragile beauty. Seen with her is Jaya Bachchan wearing an entirely embroidered saree featuring Chikan jaali work in the Tagar flower motif. On her big day, Shweta mesmerized in a veil made of real flowers to complement her mother’s saree."
The designer duo also added saying, "This photograph was clicked four days before she gave birth to her daughter, Navya Naveli. @shwetabachchan @navyananda." After the pictures were shared on Instagram, Shweta tagged her daughter Navya Naveli, to which she replied, "OMG!"
Shweta Bachchan is a proud designer and mother of two, Navya Naveli Nanda and Agastya Nanda. Out fo the two Navya has a huge fan following on her Instagram. The young kid keeps us updated on her activities through her social media posts. Recently, the designer shared a cute black and white picture of Navya posing all in smiles with an umbrella in a casual striped jumpsuit. Shweta’s post read, “Musume,” which in Japanese means daughter or girl.
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