Samantha Akkineni, Pooja Hegde, Rashmika Mandanna are a few Southern divas who have made the saree look more fashionable and sophisticated.
Samantha Akkineni, Pooja Hegde, and Rashmika Mandanna are the hottest Southern divas who look beautiful in almost all the attires. But it is the Indian saree that adds more grace and charm to their appearance. Be it Sam, Rashoo, or Pooja, all these actresses have embraced the typical Indian look whenever they had a chance to go the desi way.
The Family Man Season 2 actress grabbed attention some time ago when she appeared in white organza, embroidered saree for the launch of her upcoming mythological movie Shakuntalam. Sam is known for picking traditional but light-weight sarees and this sheer drape is no exception.
Importantly, it came with hand-embroidered fish and shell motifs, intricate laser-cut blooms, and delicate lace trim at the border. The look was further enhanced by the chikankari blouse in matching color decorated with toned floral and pearls in the thread. She kept her hairdo simple but decorated it with white roses and completed the look with pearl-drop chaandbalis.
Pooja Hegde is yet another actress who knows how to rock that traditional saree albeit in a glamorous way. Her latest saree look attracted lots of praises and many fans hailed her as Sunshine girl. She looked gorgeous in the yellow lace saree by Manish Malhotra and completed the look with earrings, a ring, and a diamond bangle. Her sleek bun made her look polished and sophisticated.
While Rashmika Mandanna recently grabbed attention for her purple satin slip with a thigh-high slit, a couple of months earlier, her saree look too was highly appreciated. Rashoo wore a net saree for the launch of her Tamil debut movie Sulthan and turned the attention of everyone towards her. She looked ethereal dolled up in the drape beautified by the detailing of intricate thread, floral motifs, sequin, and beads.
A matching blouse with a closed neckline, diamond earrings, and a ring made her entire look more mesmerizing.