Feb 8, 2023Pink vs Red! Bollywood Brides who wore Pinks vs those who rocked Red lehengasDebosmita Ghosh

Bollywood brides

Bollywood weddings have always been the talk of the town and now with Kiara Advani and Athiya Shetty getting married, the conversation has turned towards bridal outfits. Kiara Advani chose to wear a soft rose pink-coloured lehenga for her wedding to Sidharth Malhotra. Similarly, Athiya Shetty too chose to wear a pastel pink coloured lehenga for her wedding to KL Rahul.

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Colours of wedding lehengas

In India, most brides chose to wear shades of Red for their wedding day. However, in recent times, a lot of brides have ditched the bridal red and have chosen pastel shades as the colour for their wedding outfits.

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Bollywood brides who donned Red

From Deepika Padukone to Katrina Kaif, several bollywood brides have worn red-coloured outfits for their weddings.

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Sonam Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra chose to wear a classic red Sabyasachi lehenga for her Indian wedding. Sonam Kapoor too wore a red-coloured lehenga for her wedding to Anand Ahuja. Others on this list are Bipasha Basu, Patralekha, Dia Mirza and Yami Gautam among others.

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Bollywood brides who donned pastel shades

This list of bollywood brides includes Anushka Sharma, Alia Bhatt, Mira Rajput and Neha Dhupia among others.

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Natasha Dalal and Neha Kakkar

For her wedding to Varun Dhawan, Natasha Dalal chose to wear a pastel-coloured lehenga. On the other hand, Neha Kakkar chose to wear a pastel-coloured Sabyasachi lehenga for her wedding. Others on the list are Rubina Dilak, Miheeka Bajaj and Soha Ali Khan among others.

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Colours in Indian weddings

Colours play a very important role during Indian weddings. In most Indian cultures, wearing Red during the rituals is considered to be auspicious. Brides are often seen donning different shades of red or darker shades of pink during their wedding ceremonies. These colours are a sign of prosperity and passion. The colour red also symbolises Goddess Durga and is a representation of feminine energy.

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Spiritual significance of colours in Indian weddings

However, in recent times a lot of brides have ditched the bridal reds and pink and opted for lighter and pastel shades. Brides wearing pastels and golds have broken the stereotype and have gone ahead with what suits them best. Isha Ambani chose to wear a gold lehenga for her wedding to Anand Piramal, however, she added a pop of Red to her outfit with the dupatta.

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