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Sara Tendulkar Turns Bridesmaid For Best Friend’s White Wedding, Stuns In A Mauve Dress

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Indian cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar’s daughter, Sara Tendulkar, turned bridesmaid for her best friend’s white wedding, and the internet is going gaga over her looks. Every now and then, Sara makes headlines with her looks on her public outings. As a result, she has a massive fan following, who always keep a tab on her activities. Currently, Sara is completing her studies in London. 

Sara Tendulkar donned a flowy dress as she turned bridesmaid


On March 12, 2023, Sara Tendulkar attended her best friend, Natalia Sassoon’s white wedding. She turned bridesmaid and looked super pretty in a flowy mauve-coloured dress. The dress added a whimsical touch to Sara’s look. She accentuated her look with subtle makeup, pink cheeks and soft eyes. Her tresses were styled in soft curls.  

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Sara also posted a glimpse of the bride, who looked gorgeous in a full sleeves white wedding dress. Subtle makeup and hair tied at the back accentuated her look. Atop it, Sara wrote:

“Gorgeous, gorgeous bride.”

When Sara Tendulkar turned model for Anita Dongre

In 2022, Sara made her modelling debut for the ace designer, Anita Dongre’s bridal collection. Sara had looked unrecognisable in the beautiful pink-hued lehenga from the shelves of the designer. The lehenga featured heavy golden threadwork all over it. However, the exciting part of the entire ensemble was the side pocket. It is a perfect pick for the modern bride.

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On the work front, Sara also turned entrepreneur and launched her own planner in 2023. 

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