Qurbaan Hua’s Tanya Sharma looks breathtakingly beautiful as Pahadi bride; Says ‘Experience was extraordinary’

Tanya Sharma has opted for a Pahadi bride look in her latest photo. With it, her traditional jewellery is enhancing the whole look.
Qurbaan Hua’s Tanya Sharma looks breathtakingly beautiful as Pahadi bride; Says ‘Experience was extraordinary’
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Zee TV’s popular show Qurbaan Hua has been grabbing attention from the audience due to the interesting storyline. The continuous twists and turns in the lives of Neel (Rajveer Singh) and Chahat (Pratibha) are keeping the viewers glued to the television screen. Currently, there is a wedding sequence coming up in the show. The audience will see Tanya Sharma, who plays the role of Kashmira, as a pahadi bride. For her look as bride, she will be seen dolled up in a red lehenga and will be looking breathtakingly beautiful.

About her look, Tanya Sharma said, “I was extremely excited to wear this authentic Pahadi wedding attire. The lehenga is extremely vibrant, and the jewellery indeed enhanced the look. The feeling of dressing up like a Pahadi bride was surreal. I have dressed up as a bride for other shows previously, but this experience was extraordinary. More so because of the Matha-Patti and other accessories. Donning wedding attires is always a fun experience and this time, it couldn’t have been better. While the costume was heavy and difficult to carry, it was a beautiful experience indeed.”

Tanya Sharma has donned as a beautiful Pahadi bride. The traditional Kundan jewellery along the headgear also known as Matha-Patti, Haath-Phool, and the nathni has enhanced the whole look. 

Take a look at the photos:

 

In the upcoming episodes, viewers will witness a high voltage drama. It will be interesting to see how Chahat will stop Kashmira and Neel's marriage. To know more, tune into Qurbaan Hua every Monday to Saturday at 10:30 PM only.

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