Most of the people of this modern society are always up to dated with all the news across the world. Newspaper as well a news channels always have some part of their news dedicated to the television world. While movies have become one of the intrinsic parts of our life, it is also true that their style have been followed by us. Marriage is always a fantasy of girls, be it an actress or a normal girl. But the lavishing way the actresses accomplish this purpose is noteworthy. Here are 8 expensive costumes that they wore as brides on their special day:-

Aishwariya Rai Bachchan has always been regulated as one of the most beautiful ladies of India. It was also predictable that her wedding with Abhishek Bachchan would be a royal one. Adorned with golden border and crystals of Swarovski in it, costing about 75 lakh, Neeta Lulla designed it giving it a deluge look up.

Another notable dress up was done by Shilpa Shetty which had a cost of 50 lakhs. Not only her dress but her engagement ring, full of diamonds,were also precious. The red saree of hers had about 8000 Swarovski crystals and engraved in it the traditional Indian architects. The whole design was the brainchild of Tarun Tahiliani.

Kareena Kapoor after her marriage with Saif Ali Khan has made her a member of the Nawab family. So it was obvious that her wedding dress would have a touch of the Nawabs. Fabricated by Manish Malhotra, her lehenga cost over 50 lakhs.  It is also known to wear several dresses in several times of the day. She also wore diamond necklaces.

The charming girl Genelia Deshmukh had her Maharahtrian kind of wedding by wearing red and gold bridal saree designed by Neeta Lulla. It had touches of kundan work enhancing its look.

In her marriage, Urmila Matondkar wore a red saree designed by Manish Malhotra costing about 4.5 lakhs.

Bipasha Basu preferred to wear gold and red benagli tradition saree designed by Sabyasachi. It cost about 4 lakhs. She wore Jaipur kundan neckpiece and her wedding with Karan Singh Grover had been a grand one.

Hyderabadi culture had found expression in Dia Mirza’s outfit pricing for 3 lakhs. The golden and green farshi, pajama and kurta designed by Ritu Kumar, had been more glorified by her  daimaond ornamentation. The dress had a different look unlike other traditional attires.

Esha Deol holds the Indian tradition by wearing red and golden Kanjeevaram saree designed by Neeta Lulla. 3 lakh been its price, Esha Deol glorified it by exhibiting expensive diamond jewellery leaving us all stunning.