Saturday, 24 August 2013

The perfection in Bollywood depends on keys like grace and elegance. Every Indian dress from bollywood sarees to Ghaghra cholis, salwar kameez or lehenga cholis is altered with a western twist. With the emergence of new designers, fashion is becoming glamorous and new fashion trends are coming to you every day. Fill your wardrobe with a wide & latest collection of bollywood lehengas with embroidery works and sheer look.

You often come across bollywood actress wearing lehenga-choli at least one scene of a movie. Designers give a modern touch to the traditional & ethnic look while designing the lehenga-cholis for the actress. These ghaghra-cholis are available in all fabric types like georgette, satin, crepe, silk, dupion, etc and in an extensive range of designs, colors, styles and thickness. The popularity of lehenga-cholis has spread far & wide through the scenes in which bollywood actress wore this attire.  

You would have seen Kareena and Kajol wearing the light and red pastel shade cholis in movie “Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum”. In the movie “Kal Ho Na Ho”, you do not forget the engagement scene in which Preity Zinta wore ghaghra choli. I think you will not forget the Rajasthani flavor in the movie “Paheli” in which Rani Mukherji wore silk ghaghra-cholis with kundan works. You must have seen Rani Mukherji and Kareena Kapoor wearing traditional net lehengas in movie “Mujhse Dosti Karoge”.

All these bollywood movies have played a crucial role in increasing the popularity of lehenga-choli. This has made an unexpected rise in demand of the attire. Women like to wear the lehenga-choli of same designs worn by their favorite bollywood actresses. Present day, ghaghra-choli/lehenga-cholis are striking Indian dress with high embroidery works using kundan, crystals, zari, stones, resham, mirrors, sequins, etc. Some of modern designers make use of tancholi, heavy satins, intricate brocade and even real silver or gold embroidery studded precious stones. These lehenga-cholis come with fittings like straight cut, A-cut, umbrella cut, fish cut or Mermaid cut. When you need a very special dress to wear on a very particular occasion, go for lehenga-choli and be the center of attraction there.