In the recent episodes of Kumkum Bhagya, we see a fun twist happening with Abhi (Shabir Ahluwalia) agreeing to marry Tanu as a part of Pragya’s plan to trap her. Moreover, Pragya also overheard Tanu’s conversation with some Pradeep, which she will obviously use to her advantage. While the drama will be going on in full swing on the show, today let’s talk a little about fashion. Although in general, we’re always on Pragya’s side, when it comes to fashion, who’s style is your favourite? Pragya’s leheriya Sarees or Tanu’s plain ruffled Sarees? Not sure yet? Read on and we might make your choice easier.
Meanwhile, check out what’s happening on Kumkum Bhagya right here:
Tanu (Leena Jumani) has adopted a new style of dressing as per her ideology of how “dressing affects how a person is perceived”. She is currently seen wearing plain sarees with minimal ruffles around the edges. Whereas Pragya’s (Sriti Jha) new style is that of the evergreen leheriya sarees. While both the styles look amazing on these actresses, which style would you prefer?
Peach v/s Orange
Tanu pairs her plain peach saree with a designer blouse in black colour, filled with floral sequins. Meanwhile, Pragya sports her orange Leheriya saree with a sleeveless blouse of the same colour. While Pragya’s saree gives off a simple, beautiful look, Tanu’s has a more elegant and posh vibe to it.
Pretty in pink
Both Pragya and Tanu opted for various shades of pink for their sarees. While Tanu wore a striking mauve-pink saree with ruffles of a lighter shade, Pragya donned a fuchsia-pink and white leheriya saree. They also continued their style of blouses with Tanu showing off her beautiful sequined blouse and Pragya wearing a simple sleeveless blouse in a darker shade.
Red is the colour of love
As Tanu and Pragya fight for Abhi’s love, both of them were seen wearing the colour of love i.e. red. Tanu’s hot-red ruffled saree exudes confidence, while Pragya’s red and white Leheriya saree shows the purity of love.
We also love how Tanu and Pragya’s contrasting style of sarees represent their contrasting personalities. While Tanu’s grey saree denotes a bold look, Pragya’s white and green saree makes for a delicate yet strong look.