• Cast: Salman Khan, Asin, Paresh Rawal, Mahesh Manjrekar, Anuradha Patel, Manoj Joshi, Puneet Issar, Sharat Saxena
  • Director: Anees Bazmee
  • Screenwriters: Rajeev Kaul, Rajan Agarwal, Ikram Akhtar
  • Producers: Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Nitin Manmohan, Rajat Rawail
  • Executive producer: Sohail Khan
  • Directors of photography: Sunil Patel, Thomas Xavier
  • Choreographers: Raju Khan, Mudassar Khan, Chinni Prakash
  • Songs: Pritam, Devi Sri Prasad

The story revolves around Prem (Salman Khan) and Sanjana (Asin). Sanjana is an orphan. She is a runaway bride who poses as a prospective bahu in the Prem’s house. Her mamas are always plotting to grab her inherited property. Sanjana and Prem fall in love and plan to turn the tables on the ever plotting mamas and they find help from the supportive family of Prem.


Below is a scene from the movie where Asin is wearing beautiful blue lehenga choli. She is a runaway bride in the movie. She has teamed up this traditional attire with beautiful jewelry and matching bangles.


Below Salmaan is wearing a beautiful Sherwani and Asin is in red lehenga choli. The lehenga choli has beautiful embroidery and gotta work on the border. She has teamed up the attire with pearl bridal set.


Below Asin is looking beautiful Indian bride wearing traditional lehenga choli. She has teamed up the attire with traditional golden jewelry. The lehenga choli has beautiful golden thread and sequin work.


Below is a still from the movie where Asin is wearing a honeysuckle salwar kameez. The kameez has traditional thread work on the neckline and sleeves.


This is a beautiful green and maroon shade lehenga choli. Lehenga features vertical panels decorated with stone studded multi colored dew drop buttis. It is heavily embellished using zardosi, sequins, aari work; multi colored and varied size stones and appliqué work. Team it with matching blouse and dupatta to complete the look. You can team fashion jewelry to outshine in the crowd


This is a gorgeous bridal lehenga choli. It is in reddish pink shade. The best feature is its vertical panels decorated with a rich plethora of vertical floral. It has decorative patterns heavily embellished using sequins, zardosi, cord work, aari work, multi colored stones and fancy thread work. The lehenga is ideal for any fancy or wedding function.


This yellow and pink lehenga choli is an ideal bridal wear as well as fancy parties. The yellow lehnga is featured with vertical zari stripes and embroideries abstract floral patterns. Pink dupatta is very simple with golden zari stripe and sequined broad zari patched border. Fabric used is net and crushed shimmer georgette which makes you look taller and slimmer. You can team it up with a beautiful matching choli and traditional jewelry.


This is a shimmer mauve A-line lehenga choli ideal for reception function. It has fascinated with zari, zardozi, stone, bead intricately embroidered floral patterns. It is enhanced with prominent felt patch borders. The fabric is georgette which makes you look slimmer and taller.


This is a blue lehenga choli with lovely and beautiful designs adorning the lehenga and choli. The exquisite designs are embellished with sequins, beads and embroidery. It comes along with a lovely dupatta. It is a raw silk and georgette lehenga choli which is ideal for brides and bride mates.



Also Custom tailoring options are available at CbaZaar

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Customized In skirt USD $ 12
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**All sarees include unstitched blouse fabric, unless specified. Description which says With Blouse, denotes the saree comes with unstitched matching blouse fabric which can be stitched. We also offer customized blouse stitching. After you click ADD TO CART, you may notice blouse stitching options. If you select them you would get a custom measurement form after your order is successfully placed. In order for us to ship your order as per the shipping lead time we need your blouse measurements within 5 hours after we receive your order.

By – Prapti Bagga Arora

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