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As we all know that TV actors and Bollywood stars have an important role to change our Indian fashion trend quickly, and we are following them. Indian Television Serial dresses are in trend among all age people these days. Nowadays TV actors are earning more than successful film actors. There are lots of TV serial which is running very good these days.
Here am coming with some top Indian Television Serial dresses, which you can opt for your upcoming events. There is lots of TV actress who are wearing extraordinary outfits in their TV shows. There are lots of famous TV actors who have set fashion trends. Such as a Rubina Dilaik, Sriti Jha, Surbhi Jyoti, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Sakshi Tanwar, Rashmi Desai, Mouni Roy, Anita Hansnandani, Ankita Lokhande, Sara khan, Hina khan, Jennifer Winget, Nia Sharma, and many more.
Jennifer Winget is started her career in the industry from child role raja ko rani se payer ho Gaya, Kuch naa Kaho, etc. She becomes famous from the lead role of Riddhima Gupta in dill mill gaye, and nowadays she is known as Maya. Maya is a young businesswoman who knows zero boundaries when it comes to revenge. In this serial, she used to wear black color outfits which have created a style statement in itself. The Audience loves beyhadh serial Maya dresses, and people love her fitted dress, corporate dresses, corporate suits, and her outfit after marrying Rudhra ( Shivin Narang) has changed the style of her outfit.
Black net saree of May: Jennifer Winget beyhadh 2 dresses are of unique style. These all are in different styles and patterns. Mostly she wears black outfits in this serial. Basically, she wears a black fitted bodycon dress, black blazers suits, black fitted dresses, and black fitted skirts for office wear. After marrying Rudhra she started wearing all the colors.
This is a picture from Maya’s reception party, she wears a black satin saree with the spaghetti strap blouse and black heavy net dupatta over. She completed her beyhadh 2 Maya look with quite yet simple neckpiece and earrings, with a wrist band. Most importantly she wears her Maya attitude with all these.
Shraddha Arya is never missing a chance to impress us by her dress styles. She is playing the role of Dr. Preeta Arora in a tv show Kundali Bhagya. She is in the headline because of her acting skills, dialogues delivery skills, and her fashion style looks. If you are a party animal then Sharddha Arya dresses will help you out. She will give you a good example of wearing ethnic wear.
Preeta Arora Anarkali deep yellow suit: Dr. Preeta Arora is used to wear a simple yet elegant Anarkalis in this show. Preeta Arora Anarkali dress is very famous nowadays. Kundali bhagya preeta dress is very simple with the Indian ethnic touch. She used to wear a deep neck and dark colors in this show although her styles are very amazing by itself, and she is carrying them very well.
Kumkum Bhagya is a serial by Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji telefilms. This is the show about a simple girl Pragya and a signer Abhi. Her style in this show is very simple and sold hues Anarkali. After marrying Abhi she started wearing plain sarees. Sriti Jha is a very well known TV actor. She inspired lots of ladies out there to styling themselves in plain solid hues.
Pragya In Grey & Blue Jacket: She is one of the best TV actresses who are in the industry for long. She set lots of trends with her series, she used to wear a simple plain saree with the designer blouse and minimal jewelry on it while keeping her updo her hair.
The recently concluded show was a similar love triangle style story with a slightly urban twist. Nia Sharma who plays the character of Roshni was already an established television star with quite a few hit shows under her belt. Nia is an actress who’s been voted the 3rd Sexiest Asian in the UK. The show’s costume department also played it boldly as compared to other Indian television standards by often dressing Nia’s character Roshni in sheer jacket lehenga, anarkalis, and saris especially in the color yellow. The character and her style was a breath of fresh air in a sea of modest ethnic silhouettes.