Searching for a perfect wedding ‘Chooda’ for your best friend? Here are some of the best designs that our favorite celebrities donned with their stunning bridal lehengas. Scroll down and pick your favorite one for your loving bride-to-be friend:
The Virushka wedding was undoubtedly the most talked about wedding of 2017. Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli tied the knot in December last year in Tuscany, Italy in a private ceremony.
Anushka wore a simple single set chooda for the ceremony. She looked lovely and sophisticated in her blush pink lehenga paired with a simple chooda.
Bharti Singh is also known as the ‘Comedy Queen’ of the entertainment industry. She tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend and script-writer Haarsh Limbachiya in December last year in Goa.
She looked beautiful in pink and blue lehenga and her single set chooda. While talking to the media she revealed that her chooda was specially brought all the way from Amritsar, from a 100-year old shop. She wore her chooda for months.
Small screen’s one of the most loved celebrity couples Sargun Mehta and Ravi Dubey got married in 2013. Sargun is of Punjabi origin and true to her roots. She wore a simple yet beautiful set of plain chooda. Her chooda had plain red and white bangles.
Beauty Queen Dia Mirza married her boyfriend of many years Sahil Sangha in 2014 in Delhi. Dia’s birth father was a German man and her mother is a Bengali. After her parents separated, her mother married a Muslim man. Dia comes from a mixed cultural background.
Her husband Sahil is a Sikh by birth. The two tied the knot in a simple wedding ceremony. Dia looked ethereal in a green ensemble which she paired with gorgeous ethnic jewellery and a small chooda set.
Shilpa created quite a wave when she tied the knot with businessman Raj Kundra in 2009 in a lavish wedding ceremony. She looked every bit like a typical south Indian bride with gajra and traditional jewellery.
She added a bit of Punjabi essence to her look by donning a set of beautiful chooda that made her look absolutely stunning.