Pics - Shilpa Shetty, Lara Dutta, Kangana Ranaut high on ethnic glam at the wedding reception of Ritesh Deshmukh’s brother
Catch the lovely ladies and suave men at the wedding reception of Ritesh Deshmukh’s brother
By Usha Lakra
Date: Wed, Feb 29, 2012 15:30:55 GMT
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Celebrating ethnic glam
A big fat Indian wedding that too of a renowned politician’s son with the daughter of a big shot producer was the most happening event of the week which kept Bollywood busy for three days. Ritesh Deshmukh’s brother Dheeraj Deshmukh married Vashu Bhagnani’s daughter Honey (Deepshikha) Bhagnani in a lavish wedding, and the grand reception didn’t fall short of bedecked beauties and well-dressed men.
Who all arrived? It seemed to be a mother’s day out for Bolly mums. A heavily pregnant Shilpa Shetty once again chose a red outfit and was spreading cheers as she walked in with hubby Raj Kundra. The new mom Lara Dutta also looked stunning in a black sari sans glam make-up. Compared to these two fab actresses, Aishwarya Rai paled with her rather drab attire. Is the Bachchan bahu still using dresses from her maternity wardrobe? The ill-fitted kurta did little to accentuate her beautiful face. Also a different updo can bring a lot of change in her look.
Mums aside, the reception party also had other Bollywood stunners strutting their stuff in best ethnic wear. Though we saw some of the most breathtaking Indian outfits at the reception, it was Kangana Ranaut in Sabyasachi Mukherjee, and Sophie Choudry in Shehla Rehman, who took the cake. Sophie gets a ten on ten for her eye-catching look, while Kangana Ranaut once again amazes us with her sartorial choice.
The suave men love their suits and tried to match up with their ladies. This time Ritesh Deshmukh didn’t take us to the fantasy land by sporting baggy trousers, instead went for neat trousers teamed up with achkan. Also wifey Genelia D’Souza seems to be enjoying her new bride status and was seen wearing heavy jewelry and a gaudy outfit.
Here is another chance to catch the celeb’s desi style as they join the festivities of the Deshmukhs and the Bhagnanis: