This festive season Ghagra is the showstopper. Celebs were seen wearing it on and off screen through this year, but now Ghagra is in the fashion peak! Thanks to Mr Bansali for his Raam-Leela :) And kudos to the designer of the film Anju Modi . Actually the promos of the film caught my eyes and I initially thought of writing a post on the color "red" because the color of passion, love and festival is present all over the trailers. As the Durga puja is over in Bengal I have seen a lot of use of red, in the pandals, in Maa Durga's saree, in "sindoor khela". But no that's not the topic of this post! Coming back to the point, after watching the promos I was so inspired by those wonderfully gorgeous and traditional ghagras that I decided to do this post. After a little research I have found some of the best Ghagras on silver screen and on red carpet. At the end of this post I will give some links of online stores where they sell similar ghagras or make replicas of them. So that any pretty girl anywhere in India (or outside) can have a chance to look like a diva <3
On Screen: A song was made on this glamorous garment .