The stunning and versatile Kalyan Jewellers’ brand ambassador Wamiqa Gabbi, was recently spotted in Punjab’s music sensation Tarsem Jassar’s latest video song – Kajla which has emerged as a top trending video on YouTube. While the song’s amazing beats and lyrics have been a hit among fans, there is one more thing that has been the talk of the town. Any guesses?
Yes, we are talking about lead actress, Wamiqa Gabbi’s Bengali, Rajasthani and Punjabi avatar and more importantly, the statement pieces of jewellery that she adorned to complete each of these looks.
Locally sourced from the Kalyan Jewellers showroom in Chandigarh, each piece of jewellery added to the character sketch of the artist.
In the Bengali look, Wamiqa paired her Korial Bengali red and white saree with a traditional Sita Haar/ (the long necklace) with an enamel work gold pendant. Gold jhumkas with the rubies, a large cocktail ring and some traditional chur bangle completed the look.
Dressed in a Salwar suit, her Punjabi look was completed with a handmade Kundan peepal patti Maang Tikka and a pair of long chandelier earrings or baali.
To recreate Wamiqa’s stunning looks, or to browse through the Kalyan Jewellers collections, fashionista of Punjab can use the LIVE video shopping facility (https://www.kalyanjewellers.net/livevideoshopping/) or visit the closest showroom.
With this multi-cultural music video ‘Kajla’, Kalyan Jewellers’ brand ambassador Wamiqa Gabbi has certainly set a statement by experimenting with her 3-State appearances in a single song.
List of jewellery worn by Wamiqa Gabbi:
When you want to make a bold & striking statement, a Kundan peepal patti Maang Tikka paired with long chandelier earrings is just want you need. Leave the neck plain and let this magnificent hair accessory do all the talking.
This Muhurat bridal jewellery piece from Kalyan Jewellers perfectly complements both the semi-traditional and traditional look, making it a must-have for the upcoming wedding and festive season.
Colours have a unique significance throughout the festive season and these precious stone earrings from Kalyan Jewellers Rang Collection surely stands out.
The highlight of these ruby studded jhumkas are its teardrop center, and it makes for a traditional as well as stylish addition to a girls jewellery trove!
This antique finish sita haar with a diamond and emerald studded pendant is a design that will never go out of style. Handcrafted by legacy artisans, the design on this piece is inspired by Mughal kaarigari & is part of Kalyan Jewellers Mudhra Collection.
This neckpiece, with its rich design, exudes elegance and pairs beautifully with this traditional Bengali Saree. The dangling emerald center, adds to the contrast of colours.
- Traditional gold Chur or bangles complete a Bengali attire. Set against the bright red of the Sari and the Pola bangles, the Chur highlights the femininity of the look. As a versatile hand ornament a gold chur is never really out of vogue.