While the pran pratishtha of Ram Lalla took place at his janmbhoomi in Ayodhya, it marked a historic event on January 22. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed the pran pratishtha rituals, many celebrities from all over India reached Ayodhya to witness this moment. Amitabh Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Vicky Kaushal among others were a part of this occasion.Meanwhile, Alia’s turquoise blue saree became the talk of the town because it was painted with motifs depicting the various events from Ramayana.
Alia has now shared some details on it while her stylist offered a closer look on its intricate details and making. Stylist Ami Patel shared some images and wrote, “Simple yet Historic! 🪔💥 Alia Bhatt’s custom turquoise blue Mysore silk saree from @madhurya_creations had important scenes from the Ramayan intricately handpainted on the Pallu. The breaking of the Shiva Dhanush, King Dasharathas promise, in the boat with Guha, the golden deer, the kidnapping, the Ram Setu, Lord Hanuman presenting the ring to Ma Sita and the Rama Pattabishek.”

The actress shared Ami’s post and wrote, “100 hours of effort to make this pattachitra saree depicting the beautiful epic of Ramayana.”

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Fans absolutely loved this look of Alia as she opted for a simple bun to go along with the saree and minimalistic make up look. Fans also couldn’t stop gushing over how Ranbir and Alia were bonding with Katrina and Vicky while posing together.
On work front for Alia, the actress is currently shooting for her next ‘Jigra’ which is also co-produced by her with Karan Johar. The movie is directed by Vasan Bala.

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