Saris are comfort outfits that can be draped within few minutes, says Juhi Parmar

Juhi Parmar says saris are her comfort outfit.

Mumbai: A common complaint about the Indian traditional wear sari is the time it takes for a person to drape it around herself properly. Apart from managing the 9-yard, there is also a need for some extra caution while carrying oneself in it. However, the grace, charm, and elegance make sari a favourite wear for many in India.

Actress Juhi Parmar, who became a household name with her portrayal as Kumkum in 'Kumkum - Ek Pyara Sa Bandhan', shared that saris are her comfort outfit and can be draped within a few moments.

‘Saris are my comfort outfit! I can easily change a sari and drape it within a few minutes because of all the practice that happened during my 'Kumkum' days. I still love wearing saris, and bringing them back onto my social media with iconic songs was a lot of fun,” said Juhi. The 43-year-old actress said that Yash Raj Chopra’s quintessential actresses in a sari are 'picture perfect'.

“For me, the songs, the attire, all of it is very relatable because they are popular Bollywood melodious tracks, and then to add the Indian garb to it is just special. If you ask me, I have loved watching the Yash Raj quintessential heroine in Switzerland in a sari because everything is so picture perfect,” she said.

Juhi, after becoming a sensation as Kumkum, featured in several shows such as 'Karmaphal Daata Shani', 'Sanjivani', 'Yeh Chanda Kanoon Hai', and 'Tantra', among many others. In 2012, she lifted the winner's trophy in the controversial reality show 'Bigg Boss 5' hosted by Salman Khan.
Juhi married actor Sachin Shroff in 2009. They got divorced in 2018. The two have a daughter named Samaira, who was born in 2013.
(With inputs from IANS)

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