We also have thought that being actor consists of wearing gorgeous ensembles made by some of the greatest designers all throughout the year. Flaunting the best hair styles and make-up and being attended by several assistants to look after their every small need along with the added advantage of being surrounded by air conditioners everywhere. But, this is not always so easy! Actors always need to be perfect and this comes at a price.
But have you ever wondered, what would happen to Bollywood fashion, had it not been for the B-town marriage movie moments, thereby giving us some lasting bridal lehenga and Saree inspirations? Can you imagine watching a Karan Johar film and without a resplendent wedding attire, that his lead actresses sashay or shead tears in? Well, we can’t.
Therefore keeping this in mind, we’ve decided take you to a trip down the memory lane. Get in treasures and live the dream of wearing an outfit inspired from your favourite movies or favourite actors.
Anushka Sharma in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
While all of you were busy listening to the song Channa Mereya from the movie Ae Dil Hai Mushkil on a loop, let’s bring to your notice the shooting of the song was not a cake walk, essentially for Anushka Sharma. Though the actor looks ethereal in the bridal lehenga that she dons for the song, yet the whole avatar wasn’t an effortless task. This is because the entire bridal costume of Anushka weighed around 20 kilos!!
This bridal lehenga in the song sequence gave some fashion goals to brides-to-be. The actress in the film is Muslim and her costume is interplay with cultural as well as contemporary undertones.
The traditional colours of gold and red are mixed with that of muted shades of salmon and peach. She has also been given a heavily embellished long-trail dupatta and a head veil. The intricate thread work on the entire costume is reminiscent of an old world charm of Lucknow’s past because the actress in the movie hails from the city.
To get the perfect ethereal bridal look, her jewellery was kept minimal with a chunky kundan necklace, jhoomar and gold nath. She had her hair done up in a loose bun, so as not to get any flyaway hairs on the face and feel comfortable with the hair tied back, thus adding a wow-factor to the whole look.
Rani Mukherjee’s Royal Red Moment
Rani Mukherjee’s lehenga looked the most striking in the whole movie, Kabhi Aldvida Na Kehna . The lehenga was the love at first sight! This lehenga in the combination of red and green was intricately woven in gold zari work. Along with this attire, she was given a delicately embellished long-trial head-veil, which made the B-town beauty look absolutely stunning as well royal.
The Story of Kajol’s Red Saree
Kajol’s bright Red Saree in the movie My Name is Khan with strikingly golden worked border caught our attention greatly and literally melted our saree loving hearts. With a set of ornate bangles and a few others stone-studded traditionally Kundan jewellery, Kajol not just styled herself sophisticatedly, but set the screen on fire!
Sonam Kapoor’s Wedding Look
Dolly ki Doli was big hit at the Box-office and the several outfits donned by Sonam from the blue lehenga choli along with a leather jacket to the gorgeous Olive Green outfit sported in the Mehendi function, reception as well as the low-key wedding gave the modern some serious fashion goals, during the wedding season.
Alia Bhatt’s Bridal look in Two States
Just like the movie, Alia Bhatt’s style statement in the flawless Indo-fusion ethnic outfits looked absolutely memorable! The sweet and adorable Ananya from Two States sported outfits from both South and North Indian cultures.
Kangana’s Sassy Glam in Tanu Weds Manu
Whatevber may be the need of the hour, our favourite Kangnan Ranaut is all the style inspiration that we need! Not only her impeccable acting skills in Tanu Weds Man, the outfit that she wore, her bright parrot green lehenga still remains the talk of the town!
Vaani Kapoor In Befikre
While Ranveer Singh looks as smart as ever in a cream and brocade Sherwani , teamed up perfectly with a gorgeous fushia pink turban, Vaani Kapoor completey slayed it with the ravishing golden embroidered lehenga, embellished with bralet. The stunning gold maang tika realy creates a style statement.
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