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This year, Diwali parties saw some of the best traditional avatars adorned by our celebs

Diwali is usually a time when you see the desi side of Bollywood. From salwar-kameezs to shararas for the pretty ladies to Nehru jackets and pathanis for the dudes- you have it all. BollywoodLife brings you the best dressed celebs of the recently held Diwali bashes.

Deepika Padukone: The Happy New Year actress displayed her elegant best in a red and golden Sabyasachi saree at Aamir Khan’s Diwali party. She completed the look with golden Amrapali earrings and a golden clutch. Though the look looked similar to what she sported at a promotional event for HNY, we are still in awe of the beauty.

Shraddha Kapoor: The Haider actor wowed us with her Tarun Tahiliani outfit. The actress looked simple yet classy in her golden and black kurta which she wore with a black chudidar. The minimal make up and accessories complemented the look very well.

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Sonakshi Sinha: Sona attended the Diwali bash hosted by the Bachchans in a red and black saree by Masaba. Arjun Kapoor’s alleged ladylove carried her desi avatar superbly. She rounded off her look with huge danglers. Impressive must say!

Kareena Kapoor Khan: The diva looked as stunning as ever in her pink and red Sabyasachi lehenga. She sported the typical Indian bahu look with bindi and sindoor. Needless to say, Saif Ali Khan’s wifey absolutely rocked the traditional look.

Varun Dhawan: Known for his impeccable style, the actor was seen in blue patiala pants topped with a white button down shirt. He rounded off the attire with traditional black mojris. His front-spiked hair totally worked in favour of his handsome hunk.

Sidharth Malhotra: Sid opted for a conventional blue kurta with white pajama and sported the traditional kolhapuris for footwear. Of course with his bulked up physique and stubble, he’d be wearing rags and we’d still go gaga over him.


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