Sari and Bollywood Sari

3 Feb

In all its gorgeousness, saree is always in.

Sarees, regardless of the season just blows your mind with its flavor of uniqueness and ethnicity if worn rightly.

The term Bollywood Sarees has been coined after combining two most popular Indian items – the saree and Bollywood.

Sari is the national dress of India, while Bollywood is the name given to the Indian film industry. Both are extremely popular.

Where saree is an ethnic yet quintessential outfit in the Indian woman’s wardrobe, Bollywood films are a craze among the masses in India.

Designer Bollywood Sarees are sarees that are worn by the actress in Indian Cinema. Since the Indian masses follow these movies religiously, what the Bollywood celebrities in sarees wear onscreen becomes the trend.

Being extremely popular, Bollywood sarees are a source of livelihood to many. Many small saree manufacturers copy the saree styles from the latest Bollywood movies and bring the product out into the vast Indian markets. If the movie is a hit or if a particular song featuring an actress gets popular, that Bollywood saree is bound to sell big in the Indian market.


Bollywood sarees
 are designed by well-known Indian fashion designers. They are designed especially to make the celebrities look sexy and desirable. That is one reason why designer Bollywood sarees are popular.

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6 Responses to “Sari and Bollywood Sari”

  1. ouija board February 13, 2012 at 1:14 pm #

    i love your blog, i have it in my rss reader and always like new things coming up from it.

  2. shristi sapkota August 12, 2012 at 11:13 am #

    i want to buy ashwariya pink saree how to buy that?

  3. Latest Indian Saree Fashion October 9, 2012 at 12:19 pm #

    Hi,

    Truly great post. You have such a great sense regarding Indian dresses.

    I like to read blogs.

    Waiting for something new, stylish and awesome blog for you.

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