Diwali 2020: Sidharth Shukla to Nia Sharma, telly town soaks in the festive fervor bringing their A-game


Known as the festival of lights, Diwali signifies new beginnings, the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness. Replacing big Diwali bashes and lavish parties with intimate, in-house celebrations, our telly townies made the most of this festive season.

Though the size of the celebration was considerably reduced, the fashion quotient made up for it! Our divas and dapper men were dressed to the nines to celebrate this festival of love and lights. Check out who wore what this festive weekend:



Sidharth looked every bit dapper in a customized Manish Malhotra sherwani and we are in love!


Karan made for a suave Manish Malhotra muse in a serene white sherwani layered with an embellished blue koti. Black studded loafers rounded off his ethnic attire.

Here’s another festive look of this hottie decked up in an MM creation.


Sidharth celebrated the festival of lights in a pastel embroidered kurta-pyjama set from the label Janmaakshar. The golden buttons added a contrasting element to his powder-blue ethnic number.



Mouni cut out an elegant picture in her pastel Reeti Arneja lehenga for Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali party. Statement jewels from Golecha accessorized her pretty and embellished ethnic attire. With soft dewy glam and romantic curls, she rounded off her look.

Here’s the diva taking our breath away in a stunning floral Picchika lehenga.

Saree not sorry!


Aamna looked pretty in a rose pink lehenga from label Ashapura that was high on intricate embellishments and delicate zardosi work. Encrusted diamond jewels added on to the bling affair of her look. Blushed cheeks, nude lips and poker-straight tresses gave justice to her beauty.

For another festive look, Aamna made for a vision in white in a mirror embellished lehenga from label Gopi Vaid designs. A statement neckpiece teamed up with encrusted danglers and stacks of bangles accessorized her look furthermore.

Gleaming in a ruffled yellow drape from Label Sanya Gulati!


Hina was our saree naari this festive season in a printed chiffon drape that highlighted her billowy sleeved blouse. Earrings from Azotiique accessorized her mint green drape furthermore. Nude pink lips, shimmery winged eyes and poker-straight tresses added finishing touches to her look.

For another festive look, Hina stunned in a striped Raw Mango drape that accentuated her envy-worthy curves. Keeping it simple subtle and festive, she rounded off her looks with dainty jhumkis and a messy bun.


Karishma made for a perfect patakha in her scintillating Vvani lehenga that was high on dainty mirror embellishments. A studded statement choker and dazzling danglers by tyaani jewellery added a dash of sparkle to her pretty pink number. With soft glam and romantic curls, she rounded off her festive look.

Tanna brought in the festive vibes with her fusion ethnic number from label Dolly J. Minimal jewels from Uncuts accessorized her embellished blouse, drape skirt and an embroidered cape.

Karishma made for a saree siren in a black and golden ruffled drape teamed up with a long-sleeved embellished blouse from label Vvani. Keeping it understated, she opted for minimal jewels, subtle glam and open tresses to complete her look.


Shraddha looked every bit gorgeous in her vibrant lehenga from Neeru’s India. An encrusted neckpiece along with an all-eyes-on-me maang tika from Shobha Shringar elevated the look of her sequined attire. Shimmery winged eyes, nude pink lips and a braided hairdo gave justice to her beauty.

Shraddha added shine and shimmer to the festival with her embellished lehenga from Poonams Kaurture that came with a bare back detailing. Opting for minimal accessories, she let her shimmery dress do all the talking!


Krystle looked like a true-blue fashionista in a fusion cut out gown from Aayushi Maniar that featured an embroidered corset detailing and a stitched drape. A pair of earrings added an element of bling to her ethnic attire. With dewy glam and tousled curls, she completed her look.


Nia added ruffles and jazz to the festivities with her dainty sharara set from label Ayushi Bhasin. Minimal jewels from Azotiique added a hint of sparkle to her embellished powder-blue ethnic wear. A soft, dewy glam with glossy lips and a flower-adorned bun completed her look.


Ankita painted a pretty picture with her prettiest red lehenga from Kalki fashions. Layers of dainty necklaces and a stunning maang-tika elevated the look of her ethnic number. Bold red lips, winged eyes and a daity bindi added its charm to her look furthermore.


Rashami brought in the festive vibes with her mellow yellow fusion drape teamed up with a multi-hued geometric printed blouse and a matching potli bag. Subtle glam and soft curls rounded off her look.


Shehnaaz looked pretty in her black and gold ethnic sharara and statement danglers gifted by her fan. Keeping it subtle, she rounded off her look with minimal glam and open tresses.


Himanshi turned us green with envy with her sequined lehenga from label Aliwar. She accessorized her look with a statement neckepice and elevated it further with soft glam and poker-straight tresses.

Here's another stunning look of the beaut from label Aaccho


Surbhi looked pretty in her pink halter neck choli and ruffled lehenga skirt from Salian for Diwali festivities. She completed her look with a pair of statement danglers, bold lips and open tresses. That bold bindi though!


Avneet paved the way for the festivities in an intricately detailed blue lehenga and a contrasting pink dupatta. Minimal blings, subtle glam and open lustrous mane completed her look.

Keeping it low-key for in-house festivities, she teamed up her knotty white shirt with a floral tiered skirt and jazzed it up furthermore with a pair of statement danglers.


Tina kept it simple yet elegant in a monochrome ethnic number from label Mulmul. Her black sharara set featured delicate white embroidery work and lacy details on the hemline. Opting for an earthy glam, she rounded off her look with nude lips and poker-straight tresses.


Shefali cut out an elegant picture in her backless lehenga choli from label Gopi Vaid designs. She teamed up her multi-colored lehenga with minimal jewels. A soft glam and half-tied hairdo completed her festive look.


Urvashi brought in the festive vibes dressed in an embellished anarkali from label Rohit Verma. She accessorized her heavily embroidered ethnic attire with a pair of statement danglers and rounded off her look with a radiant glam.

Safe to say, this festival of love, lights was a fashionable affair indeed!