A Sky full of Stars! That’s right! A bevy of stars like Madhuri Dixit Nene, Rekha, Anil Kapoor, Anupam Kher, and Jackie Shroff descended to congratulate the couple Shaina Nath and Gautam on their nuptials. Shaina is a noted celeb/bridal stylist, film producer, and daughter of celebrity manager, Rikku Rakesh Nath. Madhuri was accompanied by hubby Sriram Nene. She donned a red Anita Dongre saree and preferred the minimally accessorized look with just earrings from Aquamarine.  She was styled by celeb stylist Tanya Ghavri and Nidhi Jeswani. While we absolutely adore Madhuri’s saree and needless to say, she looks stunning, it’s a tad indulgent as opposed to the bride, Shaina. Also Read - Karisma Kapoor Spreads Happy Cheer in a Romantic Pink Dress by Anita Dongre Worth ...| PICS

Shaina Nath has styled Madhuri Dixit in some unique and classic ensembles for her appearances in Jhalak Dikhla Jaa. Being a stylist herself, Shaina looks demure as the bride in a soft pink designer ensemble with a light colored dupatta. Showcasing the less is more look, Shaina totally wins us over with her choice of the vintage Mughal accessory, jhoomar or passa adorning her side-swept hairdo and cascading soft curls. With an apt makeup, she looks elegant and graceful. BUT! Madhuri, a sight for the sore eyes looks absolutely resplendent in the eternal Indian bridal color, red which signifies love, commitment, and strength. Since Madhuri was a guest and not the bride, we cannot help but wonder at the choice of the red colored saree. It’s amazing to shine at weddings but a golden rule that stands out is to refrain from stealing the bride’s thunder! After all, who would want to confront bridezilla-esque chaos with the bride fuming on her most special day? It’s perfectly fine to shine but a strict no to outshine the bride! If you still don’t believe us, catch these exclusive pictures of Madhuri Dixit Nene totally overshadow the lovely bride and Madhuri’s stylist, Shaina Nath. Also Read - 'I'm Not A Gay Man, I Am A Transwoman', Designer Saisha, Formally Swapnil Shinde Comes Out as Trans Woman

If you still don’t believe us, catch these exclusive pictures of Madhuri Dixit Nene totally overshadow the lovely bride and Madhuri’s stylist, Shaina Nath. Also Read - Dia Mirza Beats Monday Blues In Rs 10K Indigo Fuss-Free Printed Dress By Anita Dongre

Donning a red Anita Dongre saree, Madhuri looks stunning as opposed to the bride, Shaina Nath.


Madhuri, with her million dollar smile, totally awes us with her minimal accessorised look and an updo with messy overtones.


Madhuri, here looks absolutely radiant and with that evident glow, the demure bride pales in comparison.


Well, this was a classic celeb wedding with celeb guests. You may not be privy to the intimate wedding plans but a few tips would definitely enable the bride to enjoy her D-day without being worried about guest(s) outshining her.

1.Avoid Red and Deep Pinks 

Red and deep pinks are essentially an Indian bride’s prime choices for the D-day ensembles. Even if you are the bride’s bestie or a guest, it’s best to steer clear of these two colors and opt for other colors like yellow, orange, blue or purple.

2.Minimal makeup and accessories

A bride is all decked up in wedding fineries like makeup and accessories to compliment her wedding look. A key to shining at weddings is to opt for minimal makeup and accessories to compliment your look. Don’t be overzealous and don makeup and accessories that will pale that of the bride in comparison.

3.Modest Hairdos

Refrain from styling your wedding ‘guest’ look with extravagant hairstyles. Opt for minimal hairstyles that look chic and can be adorned with your favorite flowers. A striking hairdo is a bride’s element and you don’t want to invoke her wrath and wreck your friendship too!

4. Avoid attention garnering outfits

Outfits that are not wedding-centric like western dresses, gowns (especially with thigh-high slits) and jumpsuits should strictly be avoided for Indian weddings. We say so because such garners garner undue attention and you certainly should refrain from stealing the bride’s thunder.5.

5. Remember that it’s not your day

Going low key is certainly the mantra to be followed when we attend weddings with absolutely one thing in mind that it’s the bride’s D-day and not yours! With surmounting pressure on the bride to look her best, a guest dressed away to glory should be the last thing on her mind!

So ladies! This wedding season, go low key and let the bride dazzle as they say, “Happy bridesmaids and happy guests makes a happy bride.”