Beautifully embroidered yellow gharara set from Madhuri Dixit Nene comes with a strappy kurta

Looking for an eye-catching outfit for a mehandi or a haldi bash? A luminous gharara set like Madhuri Dixit Nene’s Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor number will be in your aisle

Madhuri Dixit Nene in a yellow sharara ensemble

From lemon to canary, Madhuri Dixit Nene swears by the yellow palette. She has made several appearances in sun-toned sarees, like the Varun Bahl floral drape she wore in 2019, or the Manish Malhotra number statement she chose in 2020. Dixit Nene also turned to kurtas and lehenga in the bright shade on several occasions. Take for example the yellow Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla lehenga which she went with pulling for Deewane dance in February 2021. More recently, for the filming of the same reality TV show, she was spotted in a mustard kurta + gharara decorated by designer Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor. Read on to take a closer look at the wedding ready number and find out where you can buy a similar piece online.

Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor gharara by Madhuri Dixit Nene presented different trades

Dressed in her gharara ensemble, Madhuri Dixit Nene brought back memories of her famous ‘Ek Do Teen’ dance number from the film Tezaab during the filming of the last episode of Deewane dance, and even shared a video of herself dancing with her co-judges on the set. The photos show her in yellow gharara pants paired with a matching kurta. The kurta features a strappy silhouette and cropped length, making it the perfect bridesmaid outfit. “This gorgeous gharara is in my favorite shade of yellow and is accented with dori resham and mirror embroidery. The look is completed with a beautiful contrasting ice blue dupatta organza, showcasing the same craftsmanship as her kurta and flared pants, ”explained Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor.

Madhuri Dixit Nene wore ornate jewelry with her yellow gharara ensemble

Madhuri Dixit Nene made the most of her wide square Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor kurta neckline by pairing it with an original choker with uncut diamonds and emerald pearls. The necklace was accompanied by matching jhumkas. With her hair lightly dried, she rounded off the look with makeup in neutral browns and nudes via the soft smoky eye and caramel lips.

“Gharara has become a staple of any Indian party wardrobe,” says Punjabi Kapoor. “It’s more portable, but just as simple as a lehenga, which is still the most flattering to me. I recommend a bride to wear this look for a mehandi, haldi, or even her sangeet since they have gotten much smaller. A wedding guest can also wear it for all of the above functions as well as for a wedding ceremony. “Love the versatile look? We know where you can buy a surprisingly similar one-click set.

Image: Madhuri Dixit Nene paired her look with a choker and jhumkas. Photo:

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