The saree may have originated in India and is an Indian traditional attire, but is quite popular all over the world! People from all around including Hollywood celebrities have tried on the saree and given it their own twist. The traditional Indian saree seems to be quite a rage among Hollywood celebrities and in the past, many Hollywood celebs such as Angelina Jolie, Lady Gaga, Pamela Anderson, Nicole Scherzinger have donned the six-yard wonder beautifully. We bring you some of these celebs who donned the revamped version of Indian saree. Who do you think rocked the desi look better?
Selena Gomez: The ‘Lose You To Love Me’ singer has been spotted wearing saree on two occasions, and both times, she nailed it! With a bindi on her forehead, Selena Gomez looked like an absolute desi diva in saree! ALSO READ: Here’s How Hailey And Justin Bieber Really Feel About Selena Gomez’s Song Lose You To Love Me
Angelina Jolie: Angelina Jolie, as usual, stuns in everything she wears, including this dark pink saree that she donned for a photoshoot.
Nicole Scherzinger: This former ‘Pussycat Doll’ singer came to Udaipur India to perform at a big star-studded wedding and performed with Bollywood actors such as Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor. During her time here in India, she rocked a fuschia pink saree with a blue blouse and we think she slayed it!
Lady Gaga: Lady Gaga looks effortlessly beautiful in a Tarun Tahiliani creation, don’t you agree?
Pamela Anderson: Leave it to Pamela Anderson to make a plain white saree look so damn sexy! The actress was spotted in several traditional Indian attires during her stint in Bigg Boss 4 and all of her looks blew our minds!
Well, we can't decide who rocked the desi style better, and we think each one of them looked absolutely stunning in their desi avatars!
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