Jai ho actress, Daisy Shah a Mumbai born South Indian Actress who made her film debut in Tamil and Kannada industry is the new face in the tinsel town. She made her debut in Hindi movies through a recently released movie ‘Jai Ho’. Sources say that Daisy Shah was hand picked by Salman Khan for his brother’s film ‘Jai Ho’.

Daisy Shah began her career as a model and a dancer. She worked as an assistant choreographer under Ganesh Acharya for nearly three years before she joined the South Indian movie Industry.

Her south Indian movies were ‘Vandae Maatharam’, ‘Bodyguard’, ‘Bhadra’, ‘Gajendra’ and ‘Bachchan’. Currently Daisy Shah is shooting for a Kannada movie ‘Akramana’. She gave special appearances in a couple of Hindi movies – ‘Bloody Isshq’ and ‘Soda’.

During her promos, Daisy Shah was seen dressed in designer sarees collection belonging to various affluent designer houses.

In Daisy Shah recent and debut flick ‘Jai Ho’ she looked sexy in the ethnic Indian attire sari. The simple and solid color sarees brought out her best looks and complimented her voluptuous figure.

Daisy Shah Sarees Collection


This is from a scene in ‘Jai Ho’. Daisy Shah is seen wearing a red sleeveless blouse and a soft white georgette saree.

It seems to be that Salman Khan likes to romance his heroines draped in georgette and chiffon sarees. As seen in ‘Dabaang’ and now in ‘Jai Ho’ he dances and romances Daisy Shah in a variety of beautiful chiffon sarees. Both salman khan and daisy shah looked super romantic in the movie and the screen chemistry between the two was out of the world!

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Dasiy Shah in a grey georgette sari. This is one of the many sarees she flaunted in ‘Jai Ho’ in which she was casted opposite Salman Khan. The heavily sequined embellished blouse matches the border of the sari.

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The  solid chili red with a brocade border teamed with black sleeveless blouse is the signature of love and romance. This daisy shah wallpaper which was all over the media before the release of the movie had a lot of people waiting with bated breath.

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Multi-coloured sari in shades of yellow, blue and hot pink with a matching blouse gives Daisy Shah a very fresh look.


Looking like a typical south Indian girl in this beautiful polka dot blue saree. The strands of jasmine flowers and the small bindi accompanied with the blue bangles exude femininity.


This is the still from the movie ‘Gajendra’. In light georgette pink saree with dark pink and blue combination blouse accompanied with that smile makes her looks like an angel. Daisy Shah is also wearing similar colour bangles and carrying a yellow plastic pot to complete the look of a South Indian village damsel. This jai ho actress sure could carry off the traditional “small town girl” look with great ease.


Isn’t Daisy Shah looking charming in this striped blue silk saree? The typical Indian woman with black and gold mangalsutra.

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Romancing Sallu Bhai in the song Tere Naina in the movie ‘Jai Ho’. The chiffon saree donned by the actress definitely reminds us a little of Sonakshi Sinha.

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