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  1. KJ at | | Reply

    Aww.. she’s wearing a taali :)

  2. Tania at | | Reply

    She looks lovely.
    Although I have to say her choice here is really surprising. I was expecting something a lot different.
    Anyways, best wishes to her.

  3. footnotes and finds at | | Reply

    congrats to the couple!

  4. prep-y at | | Reply

    I am not a fan of the lehenga BUT Diya looks so happy, I have loved all her wedding pictures.

  5. Slc at | | Reply

    The old fashioned me expected reds, pinks and orange, or some bright profusion, so, I am somewhat disappointed. But it doesn’t take away the fact that’s it’s a beautiful lehenga and she looks lovely in one of my favorite designers. Gorgeous necklace….wish she had worn more bangles. Sahil looks pretty handsome as well! Above all, I am happy to see her share special moment with her fans. Congrats to the couple.

  6. pink martini at | | Reply

    She looks lovely..but after looking at her lehnga I am kind of underwhelmed…Had huge expectations from her…Not at all a fan of the lehnga :(
    but best wishes for her :)

  7. KK at | | Reply

    Aww she looks so happy. And she looks absolutely stunning. I have to agree with everyone else here that I’m underwhelmed. The old-fashioned me loves the reds, pinks, and golds on a bride at the wedding. Congratulations!

  8. Ami at | | Reply

    I love the lehenga. She’s looking lovely.

  9. MD at | | Reply

    I think she chose green to reflect her muslim side (step dad). The beige colour and the necklace are supremely underwhelming. But her smiles makes up for everything!

    1. Nazneen at | | Reply

      I’m Muslim & there is no such thing as green being an auspicious colour for the community…it’s a huge myth! That’s why you see Muslim brides in a variety of colors, with most of them being influenced by cultural factors….usually the reds, pinks & maroons in India…white among the Arabs, etc.

    2. Nazneen at | | Reply

      But speaking of reflecting on her dad’s Muslim hyderabadi side, I was hoping she’d wear a khada dupatta for one of her events. We’ve seen so many versions of Anamika Khanna’s take on it (esp. the one Sonam wore at Cannes) but the actual traditional version needs more main stream attention outside of Andhra Pradesh. Sania Mirza did wear it at her wedding & it’s a gorgeous piece of garment that can be done in sooo many color permutations.

      Oh well, Dia looks happy. Guess that is all that matters :)

    3. prep-y at | | Reply


      I agree, the Lehenga does reflect a traditional Nikah attire (along with the accessosories). I can be wrong though.

  10. apsara77 at | | Reply

    What a bride wears at her wedding is a supremely personal decision based on her taste and also family background and I am glad that Dia wore outfits that reflected her personality and veered away from the traditional chammak challo type outfits we have seen most actresses wear at their weddings. She has looked lovely in each and every event for her wedding and I think she looks gorgeous in the wedding outfit too.

  11. Deb at | | Reply

    The bride wore beige?!

  12. Deepika at | | Reply

    love that side tikka, forgot the name wats that called, lehanga looks pretty too…good luck to the newly wed couple…

    1. vintagegirl at | | Reply


      Dia is lovely. All the best.

  13. ishwarya at | | Reply

    I think she looks lovely, but I prefer her engagement orienta-it was a lot more bridal

  14. arpitha at | | Reply

    Like her smile and how happy she is. Congratulations to the couple!
    I always thought beige is not Diya’s color as it blends with her skin tone and doesn’t complement it. And alas she choose that color for her wedding attire. Dint like her choice of jewellery also. Rose pink would have looked wonderful on her.

  15. Adara at | | Reply

    Absolutely gorgeous. Love her ever sweet smile. Congrats to the couple.

  16. Ranij at | | Reply

    I had imagined her in red and beautiful as a bride! She is very pretty but I wish she had picked a nicer colour. Congratulations Dia!

  17. Katy at | | Reply

    She’s actually wearing a sharara. If you look online you can see it is not a lehenga. A bunch of websites also said it is a sharars, thus the longer shirt. I like the fact that she wore a different type of outfit to each event – anarkali, lehenga and sharara. She looks beautiful, not overdone.

  18. kasthuri at | | Reply

    I too am underwhelmed by this choice. Wish she chose brighter colours. But they look happy and that’s all that matters.

  19. Saya at | | Reply

    Dia looks amazing. I don’t see what the fuss is about the color, it suits her very well. I have never seen such a classy bride featured on Highheel. Congrats to the lovely couple.

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