January 17, 2021

Nationwide Handloom Day: Janhvi Kapoor says mother Sridevi’s saree is her favorite, Priyanka Chopra goes ‘vocal for handmade’ – bollywood

On Nationwide Handloom Day, which recognises the contribution of handloom weavers and artisans, a bunch of Bollywood celebrities shared photos of themselves sporting handloom sarees. Janhvi Kapoor posted an image in a saree that belonged to her mom, late actor Sridevi, and revealed that it was her ‘favorite and most particular’ saree.

“In the present day is Nationwide Handloom Day! That is my most favorite and most particular handloom saree. The weavers and artisans in our nation are really unmatched in ability and creativity- the most effective on the earth! #vocal4handmade @pmoindia @narendramodi @smritiiraniofficial @ministryoftextilesgoi,” she captioned the image.

Janhvi had worn the saree to the 65th Nationwide Movie Awards in 2018, when she, her father Boney Kapoor and sister Khushi Kapoor accepted the Nationwide Award that was posthumously given to Sridevi for her efficiency in Mother.


Priyanka Chopra shared an image of herself sporting a lime inexperienced jamdani saree, which she wore when she obtained the Padma Shri in 2016. She wrote on Twitter, “Indian handlooms are recognized to be distinctive and a piece of workmanship. Let’s lend our help to the weavers and artisans of the textile trade. #NationalHandloomDay #Vocal4Handmade @smritiirani @TexMinIndia @MadhuryaGallery.”


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Vidya Balan shared an image in an orange and pink saree and urged everybody to help weavers by sporting their creations. “On #NationalHandloomDay allow us to all resolve to help our weavers throughout the nation in these tough instances by shopping for and sporting their stunning creations in our on a regular basis life and likewise assist maintain #India’sHandloomLegacy alive. Admire the labour of affection,” she wrote.



Dia Mirza additionally posted a saree picture and stated that she was pleased with the ‘wealthy legacy of our Indian weaves and textiles’. She wrote, “Our weavers want all our help and love! This #NationalHandloomDay let’s have a good time the wealthy legacy of our Indian weaves and textiles. I’m pleased with this wealthy heritage of India and of our weavers who’ve saved our traditions alive. There’s nothing like a handloom saree. #NationalHandloomDay2020 #VocalForLocal.”

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