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Kangana Ranaut's handcrafted Banarasi saree that sister Rangoli Chandel borrowed is perfect for festive season

Rangoli recently wore the saree for family functions and Kangana Ranaut joked that it is not sustainable fashion but "seizing".

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Kangana Ranaut's sister and manager Rangoli Chandel recently wore the actor's saree to their brother's wedding functions. Speaking about Kangana's saree that Rangoli borrowed, it was a handcrafted Banarasi moonlight blue colored sari from Taneira's collection. 

The saree had pretty details in its fabric making it a perfect outfit for the upcoming festival season. The saree came with pretty flower motifs weaved into it. The price range of the collection is also not too much on your wallet making it a perfect festive buy. 

Kangana had worn this saree at the launch event of a saree brand. The actor was present as a special guest at the store opening of a handloom saree brand called Taneira in New Delhi and the blue saree was designed by the same brand.

Rangoli recently wore the saree for family functions and Kangana joked that it is not sustainable fashion but "seizing", as Rangoli borrowed the saree and promised to return it after wearing it once but failed to keep her word.

Check out her post here. 

Rangoli was seen wearing Kangana’s saree at their brother Aksht’s Badhai, a traditional Himachali pre-wedding ceremony organised by the maternal grandparents, in Mandi. The actor had shared a video from the ritual as well. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

"Aaj mere bhai Aksht ki Badhai ki kuch tasveerein. Badhai Himachal ki ek parampara hai. Shaadi ka pehle nimantran mama ke ghar diya jaata hai. Aksht ki shaadi November mein hai. Aaj se sabko nimantran diye jayenge isliye ise Badhai kehte hai (I am sharing a few pictures of my brother Aksht’s Badhai ceremony. In Himachal, it is a tradition that the first invite is sent to the maternal uncle. Aksht’s wedding is in November. The invites will now be sent to everyone. This is called Badhai ceremony)," she had captioned the video. 

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