Sridevi turns 54 today and her glorious fashion book is replete with some of the best saree moments.
Nothing makes a woman look more beautiful than a saree does! True, ain’t it? Well, the ethereal Empress and the enchanting saree muse, who ruled the roost in the ’90s, Sridevi, turns 54 today. Born on August 13, 1963, Sridevi’s charm, grace and poise are a class apart. Personifying the adjectives, sophistication and sensual all at one go, Sridevi still makes heads turn and hearts skip a beat. The imagery of Sridevi dancing sensuously to Kaate Nahi Kat Te from Mr.India is intact in our minds as we believe Sridevi is one B-town diva who has mastered the rare knack to effortlessly pull off the nine-yard and add a slice of subdued glamour to it.
Known as the sexiest garment ever, that is versatile and suits any face and body type, playing the right amount of peek-a-boo and yet covered, saree is truly an Indian woman’s best friend. In the globally confused world, the saree has an added advantage of being omnipresent and retaining a distinct identity. Without much ado, let’s jog down the memory lane and revisit some of Sridevi’s best saree moments.
It was a champagne coloured Manish Malhotra saree with a purple brocade blouse and an emerald set from Mehernosh Heeramaneck for her stint on the dance reality show, Nach Baliye 8.
Donning a soft blue Manish Malhotra saree with an antique embroidered border accessorised with Firoza earrings and bracelet from Sunita Shekhawat fine jewelry, Sridevi finished out the elegant look with an updo and a flawless makeup.
Showing the perfect saree for the summers, Sridevi donned a ‘valley of flowers’ inspired printed saree and looked nothing less than ethereal rounding out the look with statement earrings and simple makeup.
Donning a magnificent striped saree with floral thread work, Sridevi looks marvellous with simple makeup and hair left open.
Wearing an exquisite silk handcrafted saree, Sridevi channelled her ethnic roots by teaming it with heavy jewellery, handbag, an updo and stunning makeup.
Owning the white saree with her sheer elegance, Sridevi upped the look with bangles, earrings, simple makeup and her long tresses left open.
The Sabyasachi Muse – Sridevi Kapoor
Going floral with an ethereal saree from Sabyasachi’s The Spring Couture 2017 collection, Sridevi rounded out the look with statement jhumkis from Kishandas jewellery, a braided updo, and subtle makeup.
Donning a classic hand painted floral saree from Sabyasachi’s The Udaipur Collection of Spring Couture 2017, Sridevi teamed it with a chunky choker necklace from Kishandas Jewellery, a minimal makeup and an elegant updo with a center parting.
Going traditional – Sridevi Kapoor
Picking out a bright blue, red and orange bordered creation from Madhurya, Sridevi accessorised it with earrings and necklace from Jaipur gems and a nath from Waman Hari Pethe Sons, finishing out the look with an elegant updo adorned with a gajra.
Indulging in some Bong flavour with a typical Toran sari from Swati And Sunaina, draped in classic Bengali style. Traditional jadau and polki jhumkas, necklace, and bangles from Gracee Jewellery were her accessories of choice with a chic updo.
Mother to two beautiful daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi, the diva resumed her raging love affair with the silver screen and made a deserving comeback in Gauri Shinde’s directorial venture, English Vinglish in 2012, following a long hiatus. Her last release was Mom, which had her portraying the role of a strong, resilient mother on a mission – a performance that not only garnered accolades but also left the audiences asking for more. Here’s wishing the diva a very happy birthday!