Everyone and their mother has been obsessed with the Tanu Weds Manu star Kangana Ranaut lately, first because of her nepotism feud with film-maker Karan Johar and then, her hostility with Kites co-star Hrithik Roshan.
Just days after dishing out intense interviews on ‘being wronged in the film industry,’ Kangana has only gone and made more headlines with her latest Harper’s Bazaar bridal shoot.
Designer Sabyasachi Mukherji also seems to be on a roll. After gracing Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Deepika Pudukone, he provided his designs for Kangana’s photo shoot too. The designer shared the pictures on his Instagram handle portraying his majestic work on the fabulous Queen actor.
Kanagana left us all stunned with her look for the September cover of the fashion magazine. Dressed in Sabyasachi’s ‘rani pink matka lehenga’ from his ‘Heritage Collection,’ the Gangster actor looks nothing short of royalty.
She makes for a beautiful Indian bride with the pink and gold combination within the banarasi fabric, paired with magnificent jewellery, also by Sabyasachi from his ‘Bridal Jadau Collection.’
Her hair, on the other hand, is not as glam. Celebrity hairstylist Franco Vallelonga kept it simple by pulling it back in a bun and accentuating Kangana’s gorgeous curls. Similarly, make-up artist Daniel Bauer also kept it to a minimum with no harsh contouring, a peachy nude lip and warm smokey eyes – highlighting the star’s natural beauty that gave her an overall flawless finish.
The accessories included a gold watch and Michael Kors clutch bag. Many would deem this a mismatch but perhaps such adornments were used to portray a modern-day bride with a cosmopolitan look.
Sabyasachi shared more pictures of the stunner acing his designs:
Here, Kangana can be seen garbed in a textured black bodycon kurta with a bronze dupatta. Both, the black silk kurta and organza dupatta, provide a luxurious feel.
The heavenly emerald necklace makes a statement of its own and the matching earrings, traditional borla, and beaded nath tie the whole look together.
Keeping it clean, the kurta is paired with an off-white khaadi churidaar. But the shoes are definitely the star of the show. These handcrafted leather juttis embellished with antique zardozi unquestionably, make all the difference.
Donning another bridal look, the Rangoon actor can be seen clad in a Kanjeeveram sari from the designer’s ‘Vasanthalaxmi Collection’. All gold everything – the silk blouse, Arya choker and Amritsari maang teeka ooze perfection.
Fashion editor Ana Bhatt, assistant Shaurya Athley and producer Amrit Channa definitely did an amazing job at creating all of Kanagana’s looks.
She will next be seen on the big screen with her upcoming film Simran, releasing soon.
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