Bollywood has some serious style divas and icons. These icons have other icons that live far off from the country and are beyond the reach of the masses. So, what our Bollywood hunk does is to copy that in a movie of his and spark off a trend! Bollywood sure serves as an inspiration for most young men and women who look up to the stars for fashion ideas.
Take for instance, the aviator sunglass in Dabangg. Chulbul Pandey aka Salman Khan wore the glasses to what effect. It immediately caught the fancy of the nation. Some were duds like Hrithik’s netted vest and Salman’s infamous hairstyle in Tere Naam. But the list of successes is longer than the failures.
We dig Hrithik in those rimless glasses. That geeky look inspired many to change our frames and why not. In Kaho Naa Pyar Hai, Hrithik Roshan wore rimless glasses that brought it into fashion.
Kareena Kapoor has given us all some serious fashion goals over the years. She has been fashion-forward and is definitely in tune with what works. Her backless blouses and dresses in Kabhi khushi Kabhi Gham (remember Poo?) made us site up and take notice. But there’s one style that found itself in every home is a long night T-shirt paired with a salwar. Jeet, her character in Jab We Met wore it and since then it has become a casual wear for most girls.
Remember Veronica from Cocktail? Palazzos and Aztec printed skirts seem such a normal thing now but we all know that there is only one movie character we can thank for these stylish additions to our wardrobe and that is Deepika‘s character, Veronica, in the movie, Cocktail.
Aamir made the goatee fashionable. Ghajini showed him in cropped hair and the mohawk in Tare Zameen Par had many boys do the same with their hair.