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INSIDE! Why Sania is the most stylish sister ever

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Last updated on: December 13, 2019 14:49 IST
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Sania Mirza sister Anam tied the knot with former cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin's son Asad in Hyderabad.
Presenting some of the wedding looks Sania sported during the wedding festivities. 

IMAGE: Sania Mirza flanked by Asad and Anam. For the nikaah, the bride settled for a pink lehenga and finished off the look with a purple dupatta. The tennis champion chose a bottle green Raw Mango kurta-sharara set. 
Photographs: Courtesy Sania Mirza/Instagram 

IMAGE: Sania paired her A-line brocade silk kurta with flared pants and a organza dupatta. She styled the look with an intricate uncut diamond choker and a statement necklace. With her hair tied in a bun, she opted for smokey eyes. 

IMAGE: Sania chose a traditional purple and dull grey sharara set for the wedding celebrations. The Jayanti Reddy separates from the designer's winter 2019 collection were styled by Anam. 
The purple kurta had an embroidered neckline and Sania completed the look with lovely chandbaalis and gold earrings and a maang-tikka. 

IMAGE: One for the albums :) Anam too chose an embroidered choli blouse and silk lehenga from Jayanti Reddy's collection. 

IMAGE: For the mehendi, the sisters didn't colour coordinate their looks. Instead they chose contrasting looks that suited their personalities. Anam went all out quirky in a multi-print green lehenga with a powder blue dupatta. Sania opted for a black cropped top with a black-and-red lehenga. 

IMAGE: Their bachelorette party look was chic and stylish. Anam stuck to a girly theme with a white top worn with a pink ruffled skirt. Sania opted for a figure-hugging red dress, paired with black heels. Anam wore matching heels, but in a different colour. 

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