This is how Bollywood actresses flaunted their saree look on National Handlooms Day!

globalmovie     08 Aug,2020         No Comment
070820042835national-handloom-day-2020-(2)The handloom sector is one of the major symbols of the cultural heritage of India and with the motive of saving Indian heritage every year August 7th, is celebrated as National Handloom Day. On this special day, Bollywood celebrities also shared pictures of themselves wearing handloom sarees on social media. Fans are also loving their favourite star’s traditional avatar and appraising the celebs for promoting Indian handlooms.

Janhvi Kapoor shared a picture of herself wearing her mother’s saree on Instagram and captioned it, “Today is National Handloom Day! This is my most favourite and most special handloom saree. The weavers and artisans in our country are truly unmatched in skill and creativity- the best in the world!” Check out her post here –

Vidya Balan too shared her alluring picture on a photo-sharing app and asked her fans to support Indian weavers across the country in these difficult times by buying and wearing their beautiful creations. She captioned it, “On #NationalHandloomDay let us all resolve to support our weavers across the country in these difficult times by buying and wearing their beautiful creations in our everyday life and also help keep #India’sHandloomLegacy alive. Appreciate the labour of love. ” Check out her post here –

Kangana Ranaut’s team also shared her entrancing saree look on Instagram and wrote, “Today is #NationalHandloomDay. Let’s promote handloom, handmade, artisanal, and everything our nation should be proud of. When you choose handloom you choose weavers who are struggling for their survival, you choose to be #vocalforlocal, you choose mother earth and love for every single being on this planet.” Check out team post here –

Priyanka Chopra and Bhumi Pednekar also shared their saree look on their respective Instagram stories while promoting the unique and handloom craftsmanship. Check out their story here –



The 6th National Handloom Day is celebrated on August 7, 2020, across the country under the coordination of the Ministry of Textiles through Virtual Platform to avoid public gathering considering Covid-19 pandemic. The prime objective of holding the National Handloom Day is to highlight the contribution of handloom to the socio-economic development of the country and increase the income of the weavers.
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