Eid-e-Milad 2019: From Tara Sutaria's Fusion Prints To Bhumi Pednekar's Anarkali, Here Are Some Interesting Ethnic Looks For The Festive Celebration!
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The festival of Eid is upon us yet again! Now we're certain that you probably got your fix of Eid outfits from all the Diwali sales. However, if you're still looking for some inspiration to make your look stand out, there are Bollywood celebrities who have found some interesting take on ethnic fashion. You probably saw some lovely lehengas and sarees donned by celebrities during Diwali parties. However, perhaps for Eid, you could choose some interesting parallels or palazzos with short kurtis as an option. You see, it is always nice to mix and match new looks with intricate embellishments. There are some looks sported by Bhumi Pednekar, Tara Sutaria, Athiya Shetty and more. Their looks are simply elegant and definitely something you should try! Rabi ul-Awwal 2019 Mubarak Wishes: WhatsApp Messages, Eid Milad-Un-Nabi GIF Images, Mawlid SMS, Quotes, Status, Pics and Greetings to Celebrate Prophet’s Birthday

If you wish to go for a heavy-duty look, you could go for Bhumi Pednekar or Dia Mirza's outfits. They're both embellished looks that come across as ethereal and go with the festive vibe. But if you want to keep things as simple but lovely, Athiya Shetty's red ensemble, Mouni Roy's white kurta and palazzo with a well-designed dupatta are also some things to look up to. Even Tara Sutaria's printed ensemble with a plain dupatta is refreshing! Check them out below and probably head to your tailor to get the look! Eid-e-Milad un Nabi 2019 Recipes: From Rogan Josh to Shahi Tukda, Here Are Delicious Dishes You Can Prepare For Prophet Mohammed’s Birthday

Sonakshi Sinha

Shilpa Shetty

Athiya Shetty

Mouni Roy

Tara Sutaria

Dia Mirza

Bhumi Pednekar

Eid-e-Milad is observed to celebrate the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad. It is widely followed in India and is mainly observed by the Muslim community. There are few states and union territories where a holiday is declared for Eid-e-Milad.