Kriti Sanon plays muse to Tarun Tahiliani on the cover of Brides Today.
Charming. Vivacious. Stunning. Kriti Sanon will make you go green with envy with her latest cover!
Gracing Brides Today's August 2019 edition, the actor looks like a million bucks in a gorgeous bridal avatar.
Dressed in a mint green lehenga by designer Tarun Tahiliani, Kriti completed her look with emerald jewellery and minimalistic make up.
'Often when brides talk about the English or pale tones, they want something very sophisticated and ethereal, Indian yet global, and vintage modern,' writes Tarun.
'So we have the two-piece peplum lehenga in a refined construct of pleats, french knots and of course, our signature tulle drapes, impersonating the caress of a dupatta without having to manage it.
'Kriti is strong like an armour yet exudes innocence,' he added, commenting about the cover which has been photographed by Tarun Vishwa.
For her second look, below, Kriti cut an impressive figure in a Falaknuma lehenga with detailed threadwork that has been framed by jaals of crystals and bugle beads.
'Painting the picture of a modern maharani, this India Modern craft bridal is paired with a grade ombre and tulle veil featuring a Swarovski mesh,' shares Tarun.
In an interview with the mag, Kriti has spoken about the kind of bride she wants to be.
'I want to be chill. I want to wear something pretty, but not uncomfortable or heavy,' she reveals.
'I want to be myself and dance at my own wedding, not just attend to people or pose for photographs.
'I would love to wear sneakers -- I would not be wearing heels, for sure. And I have a feeling that I won't be someone who would cry during the bidaai.'
She added: 'I've always been a fully filmy person, to be honest. I like all the rituals of big Punjabi weddings, whether it's the roka or mehendi or sangeet.
'I’m a die-hard romantic. To me, effort is sexy. It’s about the little things you do for your partner without an occasion, without being asked.'
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