This Is How Bollywood Superstars Dressed For Diwali 2018

Just like every year, this Diwali had also been celebrated with full dhoom and bloom. With Diwali comes sweets, decorations and most of all the spectacular apparels. Dressed in designer sarees to lehengas to semi-western attires, our social media was filled with celebrities making trend-setting fashion statements.

From Shilpa’s star-studded Diwali bash to Shahrukh Khan’s party, this whole festive event was filled with Bollywood superstars dressed to impress.  Here are some of our favorite Bollywood stars dazzling in their festive clothes,

The Khan Family

Here is our best-loved Shahrukh Khan with his family minus eldest son, Aryan Khan. Dressed in a beautiful black and silver embroidered sarees, Suhana Khan makes such a proper daughter and then we have our Gauri Khan clad in lehenga choli for the event. Not forgetting little Abram dressed in sherwani quite similar to his father

Shilpa Shetty

Shilpa looked gorgeous in this ivory saree gown by Amit Aggarwal. With intricate embellishments of pearls and bugle bead, the actress looked beautiful while she welcomed her guests at the Diwali party in Mumbai.

Jacqueline Fernandes

Jacqueline rocked the eastern look at Shilpa’s party dressed in a black and white blouse paired with a banarsi lehenga. The golden embroidered dupatta also contributed to making the actress look absolutely ravishing.

Alia Bhatt

Alia also opted for a black lehenga designed with a short velvet blouse in the same color.

Kareena Kapoor With Saif Ali Khan

The star couple was seen dressed for the event quite simply. Kareena wore a long shirt with the blue gharara, while the husband wore simple kurta pajama.

Kriti Sanon

In this green toned lehenga, Kriti looks ready to crash any Diwali party. The beautifully patterned embellishment and the gold and pearl jewelry set is giving her a very desi formal look.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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