The actress teamed a nine-coloured sari with another blue and red sari-like-shawl. She accessorised her looks with antique heavy neck piece, ear-ring and an elaborate ‘maang tika’.
When she hit the ramp, she suprised everyone by grooving to the music played in the background.
“My line was based on ‘streedhan’. It represented Gujarat. I used a lot of new colours including pinks, blues with traditional designs fused with khadi with parsi embroidery and zardosi work,” Gaurang said.
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