Deepika Padukone has risen from just being the girl with a dimpled smile to one of our generation's biggest female superstars. She is a phenomenal actor and is amongst the most loved celebrities from Bollywood.

She made her debut in the film industry by starring in the movie, Aishwarya in 2006 and later in 2007, she began her career in Bollywood. She has come a long way from being ‘Shantipriya’ in Om Shanti Om to ‘Lakshmi’ in Chhapaak, and today Deepika Padukone net worth is more than 103 crore.

In fact, after marriage, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s net worth is around 300 crore, combined. However, one thing that has remained constant through it all has been the elegance with which she carries herself.
Dressed to T, Deepika Padukone in Saree is a wonder to see!

Deepika’s ethnic side of the closet includes everything from classic Banarasi weaves to traditional Kanjeevarams. Often spotted wearing ethnic drapes for occasions like weddings, fashion shows and even red carpet events, her love and affinity for traditional outfits are all too visible. Adding to this, the bold statement pieces that she pairs with the outfit, surely leave the viewers stunned and make her the talk of the town.

If like us, you too cannot get enough of her traditional avatars, then scroll through the post below to find the 2 best looks of Deepika Padukone in saree. We’ve also gone a step ahead to tell you where you can copy this look so that you can stun everyone and be known as the ‘New Age Trendsetter’.

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Badtameez Dil song

Worn in the song ‘Badtameez Dil’ from the movie ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’, the actress looks gorgeous. This hassle-free cobalt saree gives rest to all the worries one might have when wearing a six-yard-staple at a cocktail party! This monotone saree had a lightweight fabric, like that of georgette and chiffon and had a very light border, which made it look easy to carry.

On close inspection, you find that the border has champagne gold sequins, which add a fun and flirty angle to the look of the saree.

The real hero of the look, however, is the strappy blouse, which comes with skinny sheer straps and gold sequins. The black bikini blouse breaks the monotony of blue and a deep-cut back, with a blue stripe going all the way around adds to the glam factor.

Deepika’s hair is styled to have voluminous waves and she sports a classic cat-eye and soft pink lips. She has kept her jewellery minimalistic, sticking to safe ruby red and pearl danglers which made her look seem both graceful and ready to party. This blue coloured saree with its golden border and shimmery black blouse has become a rage amongst young women.


Suitable for an engagement or cocktail party, this lightweight saree is as classy as your LBDs. If you are looking for a slinky saree then you can go for this one. You can also add a fresh spin to it by going for a netback or pair the saree with a corset, halters, spaghetti-style blouses or by adding a Tagdi or a Waist Belt. For more inspiration, refer to the image above!

Tirupati Balaji Temple for her First Anniversary

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, for their first anniversary, went to the Tirupati Balaji Temple in Andhra Pradesh to seek blessings. Deepika is seen dressed in a gorgeous red sindoori saree, which was gifted to her on her wedding day. Her saree is accentuated with floral jaal motifs in gold, and the drape has a beautiful zari border extending to the pallu.

The saree is paired with a high-neck blouse in the same vermillion shade of red. The striking gold jewellery perfectly complements the traditional look of the saree and adds all shades of elegance to it.

The actress is seen wearing temple-style rani haar, a choker with uncut diamonds with matching jhumkas, and a pair of regal kadas. However, to add contrast to the heavy look of her saree and ornaments, Padukone has gone for a simple and classy bun and has kept light and radiant makeup with red lipstick and a little blush.


Deepika Padukone in saree and bright red sindoor is giving us major bridal look goals, and so all the to-be-brides should check this piece out. The red silk zari saree can work for both the main wedding day and for the reception.

You can also repeat this gorgeous style at your siblings’ wedding and instead of the red sindoori colour, you can opt for a burgundy or a pinkish-purple shade. Lastly, for a twist in the look, remember to add a Nath to your nose and an Ambada Veni to your bun. Take inspiration from the image above!

Bollywood’s diva, Deepika brings an old-time charm and razzle-dazzle to all her looks. We have captured some of her jaw-dropping looks in the blog. Share your favourite Deepika Padukone’s saree look with us in the comments below.

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