Has any Indian celebration ever been complete without the sari?
A true classic, it combines elegance and ease.
A must in every wardrobe, it serves many occasions -- from daily wear to festive wear.
You can dress it up with the right accessories. Or drape it like a dream for a pre-wedding function.
And why not! When the actress walked down the runway in a pre-stitched sari draped like a dhoti, she was the picture of grace.
For her, that moment was dipped in magic and she'd like to recreate it again.
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When Rediff.com's Mayur Sanap asked Sanjana some tips to look fashionable this festive season, she advised all to "be yourself and wear a sari.
"Abhi chaska lag gaya hain (now, I have got a liking) of draping the sari like a dhoti or in a different way. You'll see me doing a lot of that."
The sari is Sanjana's favourite for festivals, but on dates she would prefer to wear jeans and a T-shirt "because the man should love me in every shape and form".