Pix: Telugu heroines rock the sari
Women just know how to make a sari look H-O-T. Actresses, it may seem, make it look even better.
We decided to check out the heroines in the Telugu film industry, and see how they wear the sari. Quite well, we must say, as this slide show proves.
Kajal Agarwal in Veera
Actress Kajal, who will be seen in this week's Hindi release Singham, has featured in quite a few movies down south.
In this Telugu film, Veera, Kajal wears the sari differently, and makes it look sexy.
Image: Kajal Agarwal in Veera
Anushka Shetty in Okka Magaadu
Black is obviously a favourite colour among these women.
Anushka Shetty wears a black sari in the film Okka Magaadu.
Image: Anushka Shetty in Okka Magaadu
Ileana in Khatarnak
Ileana, who started her career as a model before she went on to become a noted actress down south, shows off her back in this white sari in Khatarnak.
Image: Ileana in Khatarnak
Priyamani in Bet
Wearing another black sari, Priyamani adds glamour to the Telugu film, Bet.
Image: Priyamani in Bet
Trisha Krishnan in Krishna
Trisha strikes a dance pose in the film Krishna.
Image: Trisha Krishnan in Krishna
Bhoomika Chawla in Naa Style Veru
We haven't seen Bhoomika Chawla in a Hindi film for a while but the actress is still enjoying her career down south. She wears a sexy black sari here, in the film Naa Style Veru.
Image: Bhoomika Chawla in Naa Style Veru
Swati in Kalavaramaye Madilo
Playing a singer in the film Kalavaramaye Madilo, Swati looks hot in a transparent black sari.
Image: Swati in Kalavaramaye Madilo
Farzana in Mallepuvvu
Choreographer-dancer Farzana performed an item song in Mallepuvvu. Here's her sizzling look in the film.
Image: Farzana in Mallepuvvu
Sada in Aa A E Ee
Sada puts on a stylised version of the Maharashtrian nauravi kashta sari, usually worn by fisherwomen in the coastal region of the state. Madhuri Dixit made it famous in Sailaab and Sada takes the trend down south.
Image: Sada in Aa A E Ee