Dressed in a bright sinduri pink floor-length anarkali with green hemline, green dupatta and traditional 'nath' (nose piece) as well as neck piece, Juhi brought the Maharashtrian flavour on the ramp as a showstopper for designer Shruti Sancheti.

"It was a pleasure walking the ramp. I really loved her work and the fall of all her attires," Juhi said.

Describing Juhi's attire, Shruti said, "Her outfit is an amalgamation of various Maharashtrian styles. It's an anarkali with detailed embroidery work and typical Maharashtrian jewellery."

Even the show began with a girl donning traditional Nauvari sari and performing on the song ‘Gananayakaya’ from the film ‘Viruddh’.

Shruti's collection was very Indian that included saris, ghaghras and anarkalis, among others.

(Agencies)

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