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Bipasha Basu's Traditional Bengali Look

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Updated: Monday, September 10, 2012, 12:14 [IST]

Bipasha Basu is one of the hottest Bollywood actresses. The bong beauty knows how to flaunt her typical body traits. From dressing to makeup, Bipasha is perfect with her bong makeup tricks. We have seen this diva in short to long dresses. From deep cuts to sarees, Bipasha has donned very different looks. Recently, the actress of Raaz 3 has been seen wearing completely traditional Bengali outfits during the movie promotions. At a social networking site, she posted that wearing traditional outfits make her happy. Lets check out the traditional look of Bipasha Basu, the bong beauty.

Traditional saree: Dressed in a red and off-white saree, Bipasha is looking like a typical married Bengali woman. Red and golden borders on the saree gelled well with the plain three-quarter red blouse. Middle hair line, big red round bindi, golden bangles and dangling earrings added a touch of femininity. The thick eye makeup with just kajal and eyeliner is looking great in the classic Bengali look.

Bips In A Traditional Bengali Saree

The actress is looking like a married bengali woman in this ethnic look.

The Stylish Bengali Look

At the ramp during IIJW 2012. Dressed in a black lehenga and accessorised with a big red bindi.

Cream Coloured Anarkali

During the promotions of her upcoming horror film Raaz 3, Bipasha was recently spotted wearing a traditional anarkali churidar.

Bipasha Basu In a Mustard Saree

At an award function, Bipasha Basu wore a mustard saree with puffed sleeve blouse.

Bips In A Bright Yellow Saree

At another award function, we spotted Bipasha Basu wearing a bright yellow coloured saree with heavy pink full sleeved blouse and a big pink bindi.

The Sweet & Simple Bips

Bipasha wearing a red coloured anarakali churidar that has golden borders. Rough braided hair and jhumkas are perfect for this simple look.

The black and blue lehenga: At the IIJW (International India Jewellery Week) 2012, Bipasha donned a Goddess type of look. Dressed in a black lehenga with golden work, and plain blue dupatta, Bips brought a touch of Bengali look on the ramp. The smoky eye makeup, big red bindi, red nails, middle hair line and diamond necklace looked awesome on the Bong beauty. Apart from her Bong makeup, the black and golden blouse caught a lot of attention.

Cream coloured anarkali: During the promotions of her upcoming horror film Raaz 3, Bipasha was recently spotted wearing a traditional anarkali churidar. The full sleeved cream coloured anarkali suit with golden embellishment looked elegant. However, a touch of Bengali look was seen when we spotted her in red round bindi. She parted her hair from the middle and the soft curls made her look hot!

Mustard saree: At an award function, Bipasha Basu walked the red carpet wearing a mustard coloured saree with silver embellishment. The black border with silver work was contrasting well with the mustard coloured saree. The puffed sleeved black blouse, rough hair bun, big red bindi and black eyeliner on the eyes completed the plain Bengali look of Bipasha Basu.

Yellow and pink saree: At another award function, we spotted Bipasha Basu wearing a bright yellow coloured saree with heavy embroidery in the borders. A touch of pink colour in the border of the yellow saree was teamed up well with the full sleeved pink blouse. The transparent sleeves looked stylish on the Bong beauty. To accessorise, Bipasha stuck to big Bengali bindi. But, this time, she wore a pink bindi. Doe eye makeup and pink lip gloss was wow!

Red and golden anarkali: Recently, during the promotions of Raaz 3, Bipasha wore a red anarkali suit with golden borders. The simple look was carried with roughly braided side hair, small red bindi and jhumkas.

Do you love Bipasha in traditional and ethnic look? Which one is your favourite?

Story first published:  Thursday, September 6, 2012, 17:24 [IST]
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