Ganesh Chaturthi: 6 Sarees By Tejashri Pradhan, Shreya Bugde To Wear For The Festival

Get inspired by Apurva Nemlekar, Prajakta Gaikwad, Tejaswini Pandit, Abhidnya Bhave, for your look this Ganesh festival. View pics inside!

1. Magenta and blue printed saree by Tejashri Pradhan

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Ganesh festival is about to commence soon and people are busy in preparations. While some are choosing their Ganpati idols, others are deciding what to wear during the puja. Well ladies, if you’re reading this and are confused about your look this year, then we are here to help! Here’s a list of six kind of sarees by top Marathi actresses that you can seek inspiration from, starting with Tejashri Pradhan. The actress plays Shubhra in Zee Marathi’s new show Agga Bai Sasubai.

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She is seen wearing a gorgeous magenta and blue printed saree here, teamed with golden jhumkas. This is an ideal saree to wear during the festival as it’s not too dressy but neither is it too simple. It’s just right! If you don’t wish to leave your hair loose, then you can tie a casual side pony and decorate it with a gajra. You can buy a similar saree here.

2. Orange and dark blue saree by Abhidnya Bhave

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This saree is from the collection of Tejadnya– a joint venture owned by Abhidnya Bhave and Tejaswini Pandit. Abhidnya was last seen as Myra in Zee Marathi’s Tula Pahate Re. The actress looks gorgeous in this stunning orange and blue bordered saree. This piece is unique as it is more modern in style and even carries an embroidery on the pallu. Abhidnya completes her look with a bun, surrounded by gajra. You can opt to leave your hair in loose curls, if you want to go for a simpler look. Buy this saree here.

3. Red and golden bordered saree by Apurva Nemlekar

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If you want to go for a less jazzy look this year, you can opt for this plain red and golden bordered saree worn by Apurva Nemlekar. The actress plays Shevanta in Zee Marathi’s Ratris Khel Chale 2. The beauty leaves her hair open and on one side here. But if you want a more intricate look, you can opt for a thick braid, that you can decorate with flowers. What say? You can buy a similar saree here.

4. Plain pink saree by Shreya Bugde

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You can go for this simple and elegant look by Shreya Bugde. The actress is seen as a comedian in Chala Hawa Yeu Dya. This is plain pink saree style is ideal if you are looking to opt for a modern approach. Shreya completes her look with a pair of golden jhumkas and leaves her straightened locks loose. You can opt for heavy curls here, pinned to one side, for a more adventurous hairstyle. You can buy a similar saree here.

5. Patola silk saree by Prajakta Gaikwad

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Prajakta Gaikwad, who plays Yesubai in ZEE Marathi’s popular show Swarajyarakshak Sambhaji, stuns in this apple green and magenta Patola silk saree. She finishes her look with matching gold jewellery, a loosely curled bun and bright pink lip shade. You can opt to wear your hair in a bun, if you are going for a more traditional look. You can buy a similar saree here.

6. Grey and pink printed silk saree by Tejaswini Pandit

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If you’re going for a rich, traditional saree to wear for the puja, you can opt for this stunning piece worn by Tejaswini Pandit in the picture above. The actress teams it up with a bun, decorated with gajra. You can even tie up your hair in a semi loose style, where you pin up the upper part and leave the remaining below. You can opt for decorative clutches and pins to jazz up your hairdo. Get a similar saree here.

Which of these saree styles did you like the most? Tell us in the comments section below! Happy Ganesh Chtaurthi guys! Here’s a collection of exclusive ZEE5 movies that you can enjoy to celebrate this auspicious festival.