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Ananya Panday’s Re- Ceremonial anarkali is crafted from 80 panels of silk cotton Chanderi

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Ananya Panday wore a soft pink anarkali set at Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s haldi ceremony by Re- Ceremonial. The angrakha style is crafted from 80 panels of silk cotton Chanderi which is plant-dyed with recycled tender coconut skins. The bodice is crafted from “our heritage Himroo weave in recycled cotton and zari and the entire circumference which measures over 15 meters is edged in metal Lampi Gota,” said the brand.

To complete the look, the dupatta is hand-embroidered with gota and glass beads. For the jewellery, she opted for gold tones, a pair of dangling earrings, a maang tikka and a trio of kadas in one hand. The sleek bun adorned with gajra added a floral touch to the haldi themed outfit.

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Traditional anarkalis that were popular during the Mughal era, are characterised by a loose-fitting, flowy kurta paired with a slim-fitting bottom, or churidar, and a vibrant, heavy dupatta made from luxurious fabrics such as velvet, silk, chiffon, or net. These outfits are often adorned with elaborate threadwork, handweaving, sequins, shimmer, lace and mirrors.

The anarkali’s presence in recent media, including the Netflix series Heeramandi, highlights its timeless beauty. Bollywood celebrities from Aditi Rao Hydari to Soha Ali Khan have recently opted for anarkalis, making them popular for red-carpet events and high-profile gatherings. This fusion of historical significance and modern flair ensures that the Anarkali remains a beloved choice for many.

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