Bollywood Celebrities Make A Strong Statement For Diwali 2019

Nagini Shree |Oct 26, 2019

Diwali is here and B-town celebs are dressing up in their traditional best to celebrate the festival of lights.

With the festival of Diwali around the corner, Bollywood celebrities are celebrating it with great fervor. The stars are either hosting a party or throwing one and they are leaving no stone unturned to make the most of this day. And a host of Bollywood beauties cannot miss this chance to show off their sartorial choice of fashion.

Taking cues for the Diwali look? Sara Ali Khan, Taapsee Pannu, Kriti Sanon, Nushrat Bharucha will show you how to rock the traditional attires in the best way.

Sara Ali Khan


Attending Jackky Bhagnani's Diwali bash, the millennial star Sara Ali Khan embraced the festive spirit in a bright yellow bandhani sari with a pink blouse. Sara kept her look simple and didn't add anything to make it look messy and complex. She completed her look with a matching pink bellini flat and pink nail paint!

Malaika Arora


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Malaika made heads turn in a black full sleeve crop top paired with a shimmery lehenga. For the accessories, she opted for an emerald neckpiece, matching danglers and finger rings. Her make up was kept glam and hair was styled sleek straight.

Urvashi Rautela


Urvashi Rautela grabbed all the attention when being spotted in Mumbai shinning in a neon green double-breasted blazer jacket. She also carried a black belt and black heels, adding more style to the dress.

Kriti Sanon

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Kriti Sanon shelled out autumn goals in orange floral print saree by Monisha Jaisingh. Though simple, it looks charming and is so fuss-free.

Jacqueline Fernandez

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Jacqueline Fernandez personified grace in a pink and white floral saree with ruffles. She had pinned flowers on her hair with winked eye makeup while her face can be seen glowing just like stars shining in the night sky. Holding a plate full of diyas, she is wishing all a happy and joyous Diwali.


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