started his career in Delhi mainly as a fashion model. He is tall and handsome. He also did ramp walk for many famous designers. He was selected for the Lakme Fashion Week Spring Summer’10 (Mumbai). He made his identity through commercial brands and TV serials like Kayanath, Remix, etc. In this show, he encourages and supports the brides by becoming their close companion and makes their overall journey memorable.
became the part of NDTV Good Times in 2007 as she was interested in fashion and wedding related programs. She did many of the hit programs like
Vanity No Apologies
, 10 Things to do before you say bye, The Big Fat Indian Wedding, etc. In 2011, she did anchoring of Band Baja Bride.
belongs from Kolkata and is in the profession of fashion designing. He is the youngest board member of the National Museum of India Cinema and among the Associate Designer Members of Fashion Design Council of India. He contributed his various innovative designs in the costumes of Babul, Raavan,
and many hit films. His designs are so pure and classic that it can convert an ordinary girl to a vintage diva.
In this show, Sabyasachi is going to transform brides and make them look like never before. This show gives an incredible opportunity to every Indian bride to get a makeover for her wedding and look like a celebrity or not less than a super model. She can choose her outfit, her appropriate makeup with the best hairstyle from the famous hairstylists. She also has a chance to take treatment for her skin and also with the help of experts she can reduce her weight. Although, there was a registration procedure and certain rules and points to be followed.
Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee decided to make ordinary Indian girl look gorgeous as a bride through this platform. He came in the second season but for the first time on a TV show. He says that he will accept this opportunity as a challenge to dress brides from distinct communities, religions, and economic backgrounds. The show had six seasons, and they have made thirteen brides look stunning in each season. There are engaging moments, fascinating stories and best makeovers, along with attractive dresses and jewelry.
However, this show promises you to look like an Indian queen on your wedding day, but it surely removes your originality. The original charming face, the smile and the simplicity get faded away in the make-up and the surgeries. Yes, you heard right. Surgery is also performed on the bride who requires more transformation. Don’t you think this is an injustice to their actual beauty? No doubt they look younger and gorgeous after that, but somewhere that pretty girl is lost who entered the show wanting to look real. All the brides are made to look like a typical TV serial or Bollywood-type wedding bride.