Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover married in April this year.  Their marriage was a star-studded ceremony with the presence of Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Bachchan family etc. Everybody was excited to see their cute and adorable looks. Their wedding ceremony was very admirable for their fans too.  For the celebration and customs, Bipasha chose a variety of dresses. Let us get ahead and read more.

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The eye-catching floral print

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Bipasha went for three looks on the three occasions and all these dresses were a surprise for Karan Singh Grover. The first dress she went for was an adorable off-white lehenga along with a bright pink underskirt with beautiful floral print and zari border. This dress enhanced the looks on the occasion of Mehendi ceremony. The lehenga had a mesmerized pink net used as an additional layer on the heavy lehenga. She wore a gold blouse with a heavy work of sequins and beads. She opted for the floral jewelry to complete the look. Everyone admired the Bipasha’s ethnic look and her attractive dress was the gossip of the event.

Look at the heavy dazzling work

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For the wedding day, Bipasha chose the entire traditional look with the typical red and golden Indian wedding dresses. The lehenga embodied heavy gold and zari work. The blouse was 3/4th sleeves along with the heavy gold work. The look was adorned with a light dupatta along the gold circular work on it. She went with a heavy choker necklace, jhumkas, mang tikka, red bangles and nathni to add to the traditional look.

So elegant she can be

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Finally for the reception the actress went for a gown look with an off white and gold lehenga which brought her out of the monotonicity. The dupatta was adapted in such a manner around the lehenga that it appeared like a sash and a free-flowing dress. Again the top was embedded with gold embroidery whereas the bottom was engulfed with the little gold circles. Heavy jewelry was chosen to complete the newly-wed look.

Written By: Fenny Luthra

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