These divas are hot and known in small screen a lot. They appear as behen, bhabhi and bahu in different TV shows. You could have seen them in several avatars and follow them too often religiously. Well, they are the known to embark on the TV screen in their shows in different bridal looks, but not many have seen them in their own real wedding avatar, which has together created a good buzz for them. How about catching up some of the 5 Super-Cool Indian TV Actresses In Their Real Life Wedding Avatars as under:
Drashti Dhami: Her wedding was seen in Sun N Sand hotel in Mumbai wherein she was seen in a classic lehenga of a beautiful colour. She embarked at the stage with her adorned polki and pearl jewellery along with her cool and small nose ring, which added more beauty on her face with her peach makeup. She appeared very was different, simple and beautiful.
Ankita Bhargava: She is the latest to be added in this list. Ankita simply looked stunning on her big day when she chose a white and gold lehenga along with a red border on her big day. She then had a red net dupatta along with coming with hair braided and covered in flowers along with so many accessories and gold jewellery with a matching nose ring.
Anita Hassanandani: Her wedding was a cultural blend as she is Punjabi and her hubby from South. However, she chose embark in her typical South Indian bridal feel on her big day. She came in a gold and white South Indian Kanjeevaram silk saree along with a gajra that was paired up with authentic temple jewellery in gold and pearl.
Sargun Mehta: When she got married, people saw her in a typical Punjabi look with all the band, baaja and baraat. She had a heavy maroon and gold lehenga along with her velvet blouse. Then she had her green dupatta and jewellery, while the complete jewellery was in kundan.
Rakshanda Khan: She was the most beautiful bride on earth. On her big day she appeared in a red lehenga along with diamond jewellery with ruby. The blue lining in her red lehenga simply went par her hubby’s navy blue sherwani.