If there’s anyone who can absolutely slay the saree game, it’s Kangana Ranaut. Even though her comments about every girl knowing how to wear a saree were taking in the wrong context, it’s pretty obvious that just like Deepika, she ’s very passionate about wearing a saree. So here are eight times she looked gorgeous in a saree…
At Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s star-studded reception party in Mumbai, shortly after their sudden wedding in Italy, Kangana showed up in a pastel pink and gold kanjeevaram saree. The beautiful, simple yet elegant Sabyasachi piece complemented Kangana really well.
Kangana stunned in yet another Sabyasachi saree when she attended an event. The saree was a powder pink mesh and bling piece. The floral embroidery was stunning and she rocked the staple Sabyasachi look with a small bindi and smooth hair in a bun and silver jewelry.
For a launch event in Mumbai, Kangana appeared in a blue and white floral saree. She rocked her naturally curly hair in a bun. Hmm, we’re picking up a pattern here, buns go well with sarees for Kangana, that’s for sure!
Kangana turned all the eyes in the room towards her when she wore a bright yellow saree with a teal blouse during movie promotions. The heavy jewelry rounded off her elegant yet simple look in a magnificent way.
Kangana rocked her retro style when she wore a checkered navy blue and white saree. Her hair was pinned down on one side just like it would be in an 80s movie. A great risk fashion-wise, the saree suited Kangana well.
Kangana wore a floral blue and pink saree with a strappy blue blouse with a pearl and Kundan necklace. Her hair was pulled up in a retro look and she was the image of elegance and grace as ever in the simple chiffon saree.
For a TV show appearance, Ranaut chose to go with a traditional vibe with a green and tan Sabyasachi saree and a wide-necked blouse. She also wore matching jewelry to go with her attire. Her hair was sleek and a bindi pulled the look together well.
- With a statement choker and puffed up hair Kangana shocked Cannes with her all black and glittery Sabyasachi saree. This year she garnered a lot of compliments for her retro style statement. Inspired by the starry skies, “is hand-dyed and embellished with hand-cut sequins that are individually sewn using the zardosi technique, to create a metallic, yet fluid fabric.”