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Navratri, the nine nights of festive fervour, dance and much revelry starts today.
Want to stand out with glam outfits during these dandia nights?
We take a look at how Bollywood girls wear their elaborate ghaghra cholis. Take a look and spice up your festive wardrobe!
Kangna's style statement
Known for her distinct sartorial tastes at social dos, Kangna brings her boho-chic style to the traditional lehenga with a mid-riff baring design.
Kareena Kapoor puts her coquettish charm to good use in a sparkly orange ghagra and a knotted blouse in a song sequence from her latest film Heroine.
Deepika Padukone channels her party girl avatar as she dances in a pale pink lehenga and a tiny sequinned blouse in a still from Break Ke Baad.
Sonam Kapoor brings her astute fashion sense to play with an elegant white lehenga, ornate neckpiece and a navel ring in her home production Aisha.
Katrina Kaif adds a festive twist to an anarkali by going for a floor-length version of the dress.
Rapper Hard Kaur channels her innate flambouyance with a colourful lehenga.
Nothing spells festive fervour better than sequins and bright colours.
Priyanka Chopra incorporates velvet, a garment most often associated with festivals and opulence, in a gorgeous Manish Malhotra lehenga with a plunging neckline.
Bipasha Basu, at her spunky best in a blue Neeta Lulla lehenga, accessorises with diamond jewels and flashes of red with a bindi and nail paint.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan shows the way when it comes to festive dressing with an intricately designed blouse, a colourful lehenga and jewellery to match.
Shilpa Shetty flaunts her enviable figure in a minimalistic lehenga with a pink blouse.
Nargis Fakhri makes for a charming dancer in an embroidered lehenga as she joins the dandia crowd in Gujarat.