By Pranshuta Arora(Team CB)

And the hot and sexy Bipasha has finally tied the knot with Karan in a dreamy wedding. She looked absolutely stunning in all her wedding looks which were quite simple but spoke volumes, especially in her Bengali bride look. It was not just the groom who couldn’t take his eyes off the bride but each and every person from the audience had a similar experience.

Amidst all the glitz and glamour, here’s how Bipasha stole all the limelight as a Bengali bride.

Sit back and decide for yourself how elegant and breathtakingly beautiful she looked in each and every ensemble.



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The most beautiful bride to be chose a rose printed ensemble by Anushree Reddy and completed the look with floral jewelry and pearl pink nails.


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It was a graceful off white lehenga with a zari border and a floral print. It had a pink net over which added an intriguing element to the whole outfit. Bipsy chose a golden sequined blouse to go with the lehenga. She kept her jewelry minimal to just the floral trinkets and earrings by Jaipur Jewels which looked uber cool.

I totally loved the way she styled such a simple outfit in such a marvelous way. She looked just like a fairy princess with light makeup and the florals.



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For the D Day, Bipasha went the all traditional way and picked up typical Bengali bride attire by Sabyasachi. The all red lehenga with gold embroidery on it made it look rich and dashing.


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For jewelry she chose a heavy choker, red bangles, jhumkas, nath and a maang tikka by Jaipur Jewels. She looked like a dream.



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For the reception, the actress chose a white-gold lehenga again by Sabyasachi that passed off to be a gown. The dupatta was stitched to the lehenga making it more free flowing. She decided to go for heavy jeweled look and a cute gold clutch for this one and totally came out as a winner here.


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With all the wedding glow and happiness on her face, she looked the most adorable newly wedded woman in the B-town.


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