Bollywood is more than just films and stardom. Every film brings in something new for the audience. It can make or break a star and also set some new and amazing trends. While trends come and go, there are some things in Bollywood that are iconic and continue to live even after the film is long gone. Here are some of the outfits of Bollywood which are iconic AF and have almost become synonymous with the films.
‘Bobby’ Print Blouse
The movie Bobby brought in a rage in fashion and Indian movie scenario and the very name Bobby reminds us of this iconic fashion that took Indian fashion by storm. The polka dotted blouse worn by Dimple Kapadia in the movie soon came to be known as ‘Bobby Prints’
Anarkali in ‘Umrao Jaan’
Anarkali suits have been in trend ever since Anarkali wore it in Mughal-e-Azam, but as Umrao Jaan released and Rekha wore it to mesmerize us with her ‘In ankho ki masti mein’ it soon became the icon for the film.
When you talk about Chiffon Saree, you immediately think Bollywood. But ever wondered who brought this iconic saree into trend? It was definitely Sridevi in Chandni. She became the ultimate symbol of every stylish and confident working lady. The entire nation fell in love with her and her chiffon sarees when she floored us with ‘Tere Mere Hothon Pe’ in Chandni.
Backless Blouse in Hum Aapke Hain Kaun
Hum Aapke Hain Kaun has been a cult movie when it comes to Bollywood. It has set many records in Indian Film Industry. The songs were a hit, the theme was a hit and the movie itself ruled the theatres for many weeks. But what became the most iconic thing about the movie is surely the purple embroidered saree and the backless blouse Madhuri wore in Didi Tera Dewar Deewana.
Sweater in Mohabbatein
When we are speaking about iconic outfits, we have to include the sweaters and Shah Rukh Khan’s glasses in Mohabbatein. It was a rage and every guy be it myopic or a normal vision person was seen sporting the same glass frames. And the entire look of Shah Rukh in the film became a symbol for the film.
Patiala and Tees- Jab We Met
Nothing can beat the comfort of Patiala pants and tees, but when Kareena Kapoor wore it in Jab We Met and missed her train, Patiala and tees became the hottest trend. The movie was loved by all and so was the ever happy and chirpy Geet, but what went on to become the symbol of the film was definitely her easy breezy patialas and cool and casual Tee.
Badtameez Saree in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
Ye Jawaani Hai Deewani gave us some serious life& friendship goals and when Naina undergoes a drastic change in her look, she gave us some serious style goals. Be it the beautiful sleeveless kurtis in pastel hues or the red sharara in Delhi wali Girlfriend, but what became the icon for the movie is surely Deepika’s blue saree in Badtameez Dil.
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