Tollywood siren Trisha oozed glamour in a traditional silk saree for NAC Necklace Mela

Pics: Trisha Krishnan glitters in saree as she launches NAC Jewellers’ 1-Kilo gold necklace

Archana Venkatraman

Trisha Krishnan, the brand ambassador of NAC Jewellers added extra glitter and glamour to NAC’s Necklace Mela while launching its signature “1-Kilo Gold Necklace”.

Trisha Krishnan poses next to the 1-Kilo NAC gold necklace aimed as bridal jewellery

Tamil cinema superstar Trisha wore a bright blue, pink and gold traditional silk saree (Kancheewaram patu saree) for the launch event. She teamed up the elegant saree with pink lipstick, kohl eyes, red bindi and chunky necklace and bangles.

Trisha Krishnan looked beautiful in the traditional avatar matching the glitter of the 1 KG necklace launch

She teamed up her silk saree with a cream, pink and gold blouse. The actress was styled by her favourite stylist Shravya Varma for the NAC Jewellers Necklace Mela event.

Trisha Krishnan at NAC Jewellers' Necklace Mela

The actress has been NAC’s brand ambassador since 2013 and had last year launched its 'Rewind Collection' – the antique and vintage ornament collection.

Trisha Krishnan looks ethereal in a blue and pink traditional silk saree for NAC jewelery launch

Talking at the launch of the 1 KG gold necklace, Trisha said it was an honour to unveil the necklace and that NAC is like “family.” She added that she hopes to continue her 3.5-year journey with NAC for many more years to come. At the NAC Necklace Festival event, the company’s executives said that they wanted to design ornaments for “masses” too and their new range starts from an affordable 18,000 rupees. The jewelers are aiming to target the bridal market with the 1-Kilo necklace design.

NAC Jewellers and its signature ornament are especially very popular among Indian diaspora, NRIs and UK Indians among others. 

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