Sonakshi Sinha Makes For A Stunning Modern Indian Bride In This Latest Photoshoot For A Bridal Magazine; Check Out The Gorgeous Pictures
To-be-brides, now you can pick your favourite look from these gorgeous bridal options that Sonakshi Sinha showcased in this latest photoshoot for a UK-based bridal magazine
Every bride-to-be dreams of a fairytale wedding and wants to look her enchanting best on their d-day. Sonakshi Sinha recently dressed up as a bride and showcased a series of Indian bridal looks in a latest photoshoot for a UK-based bridal magazine and it can act as an amazing inspiration for all the lovely ladies out there looking for their perfect bridal ensemble. So without further ado, let's take a peek at some of our favourite looks.
Sonakshi looks every bit the modern and gorgeous bride in this multi-coloured handcrafted ek taar jacket, paired with an ivory ek taar lehenga and an organza burgundy bralette, all from the fashion label Jade by Monica and Karishma.
Sonakshi looks resplendent in this hot-pink handcrafted ek taar lehenga. With long middle-parted crimped hair, a heavy choker necklace and a yellow bindi, Sonakshi carried off the look with aplomb.
Sonakshi looks ethereal in this handcrafted garnet red embroidered gown from Jade by Monica and Karishma. If you need an inspiration for your reception or cocktail party, then this gown is glamorous yet traditional at the same time. It'd also be a welcome change from wearing a usual traditional lehenga for your special occasion.
Sonakshi looks enchanting in a handcrafted ivory lehenga crafted especially for her from the fashion label Jade by Monica and Karishma. The traditional beauty of Ek Taar breathes life into this uniquely handcrafted modern bridal ensemble. She pairs it with a hot pink dupatta with heavy embroidery on the borders.
On the work front, Sonakshi's latest film Bhuj: The Pride of India had an OTT release, that also starred Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt and Nora Fatehi. Up next, she will be seen in the horror-comedy Kakuda alongside Riteish Deskhmukh and Saqib Saleem. The film will be shot in various parts of Gujarat and will mark the Hindi directorial debut of Aditya Sarpotdar, the man behind critically acclaimed Marathi films like Classmates, Mauli and Faster Fene.
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