The Saree Saga! Kareena Kapoor Khan to Kriti Sanon, the sequined Manish Malhotra creation is B-Town's latest obsession


Right from Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ iconic Desi Girl, Bollywood babes and Manish Malhotra sarees have always been a glamorous combination. Giving us serene as well as the sultry vibes, these tinsel town divas have always rocked the six-yards like a pro.

Looks like the B-town divas are currently crushing on the sequined saree by designer Manish Malhotra. Fashionistas like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Natasha Poonawalla and Kriti Sanon have flaunted it on occasions making it the trend of the season!

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Kareena was the first one to flaunt this sultry peach drape from the designer’s collection. She paired her sexy saree with a minimalistic yet sexy bralette blouse which amped up the hotness quotient. Bebo continued the bling affair with her dainty diamond necklace from Anmol Jewellers. She rounded off her look with a nude glam and beach wave curls.

Following the footsteps of her sister, Karisma raised the oomph in this sequined Manish Malhotra creation at the Lakme Fashion Week 2019. She teamed up this bewitching black number with minimal accessories and a radiant glam. Digging the details of her sexy blouse!

For the Ganesh Chaturthi festivities at the Ambani’s, two of our beauties were seen embracing this sequined six yards from the label’s collection

Kriti sizzled in this shimmery saree from Manish Malhotra. She paired her sequinned drape with elegant accessories from Tyaani, Minerali, Aquamarine and Manubhai Jewellers. Sanon opted for a radiant look with smokey eyes. A classic floral bun completed her look.

Accompanying the Luka Chuppi actress, Natasha was seen wearing the sequined number from Manish. She paired her green shimmery drape with heavy accessories. With radiant glam and a classic bun, she was good to go.

Peach, black, white or green, which of these MM drapes do you prefer?