Mehendi of Esha Deol
After a lavish sangeet at a suburban five star hotel on Monday night, it was an afternoon of colour for glowing bride-to-be Esha Deol as friends and family stopped by a swanky club in Bandra for the mehendi ceremony. (Photos: Esha Deol's mehendi)
Esha, who wore an orange Rocky S lehenga for the sangeet, opted for a yellow and green lehenga by favourite designer Neeta Lulla for the mehendi.
30-year-old Esha showed off her mehendi and her engagement ring as she posed with fiance Bharat Takhtani.
Bharat was festive in a yellow cotton kurta with trousers and Nehru jacket.
Esha's mother Hema Malini's yellow and green sari was also by Neeta Lulla. Younger daughter Ahana was in an orange anarkali.
Esha, Hema and Ahana accessorized their outfits with fresh flower ornaments including maang tikka and bracelet. Unlike at her sangeet, where she wore hair in an updo, Esha decided to leave her hair loose.
Missing from the photo album once again was father of the bride Dharmendra, who also escaped the cameras at the sangeet.__NDTV
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