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Vidya Balan wore these 10 saris in 10 days and it’s a record of sorts! – Times of India

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Indian film actress Vidya Balan is leaving no stone unturned to promote her next film, based on Shakuntala Devi, an Indian writer and mental calculator, popularly known as the “Human Computer.” And, being true to the character Vidya can be seen flaunting beautiful saris to promote the film online since no one is venturing out because of the pandemic. Well, no prizes for guessing that the actress is absolutely rocking the nine yard drape, but we are pretty sure you forgot to notice that the actress flaunted ten saris in ten days flat as part of her movie promotion looks and it could be a record or sorts, as no actress has earlier flaunted so many back to back sari looks ever. For all those of you who missed Vidya’s beautiful sari avatars, here’s a look at them.

Vidya flaunted a classic black and golden tussar dupion silk sari by Chanchal-Bringing Art to Life has a beautiful ghicha silk pallu created by artisans, weavers and patrons.

This sari by Ghuri Design is woven by weavers of Nadia West Bengal. It is hand spun handwoven cotton fabric, technically termed khadi by definition.

A beautiful kala cotton sari from Kachchh, this sari by Label Sourav Das is a experimentation within the tradition to add modernity.

Vidya rocked a sari brought from a weaver. A half-half upcycled sari has the red cotton checkered base paired with a black chiffon and a gold border sewn over.

We loved Vidya’s Karaikudi Chettinad sari which featured big bold checkered patterns seen on international runways.

Our favourite has to be this pink linen drape by Anavila linen woven by community weavers of Bengal where it was woven.

The pink handwoven chanderi sari by Rouka by Sreejith Jeevan is a handwoven beauty.

This beautiful drape by Shuffling Suitcases is a Brij Bari mul mul sari crafted by weavers in Delhi. The sarI is a fun play on the classic black-white-red combination.

A printed beauty by designer Ayush Kejriwal, the sari is a silk drape printed digitally.

The black and gold classic sari is yet another Korvai Cotton weave bought from a weaver.

The sari is a Korvai Kora Cotton, woven in the district of Coimbatore. Textured body of the saree with zari borders in contrast colours are a trademark of the humble weave.



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