We are in midst of the wedding season and if you still haven’t decided about your bridal look, then these Bollywood divas may inspire you with their on-screen bridal look. Whenever we see a wedding scene in a movie, we take a note of the bride, don’t we?. Let us rate the top 5 on-screen Bollywood brides and analyze their looks.
5 Katrina Kaif in Singh is King
The gorgeous lady of tinsel-town, Katrina Kaif bags the 5th position for her bridal look from the movie Singh is King. Though the wedding scene in that movie was funny, Katrina didn’t fail to captivate the viewers with her amazing bridal look. A perfect combination of traditional red and green color was definitely an appealing factor, but what stood out from the usual was the distinct drape which gave her attire a different look. Too bad that she has heavy competitions, which is why she is pushed to the 5th spot.
4 Priety Zinta in Hal Ho Na Ho
Portrayed as an extrovert yet tame and docile character in the superhit blockbuster Kal Ho Na Ho, the bubbly and energetic Preity Zinta bags the 4th position for the most stylish on-screen Bollywood bride. Adorned in a bright and glittering Fuchsia pink Salwaar Kameez, the look is a perfect take-away for the typical Punjabi bride. Trouble-free, light-weight attire with minimal accessories – the look is perfect for this season.
3 Rani Mukerjee in Kabhi Alvaida Na Kehna
Rani Mukherjee takes on the 3rd position as the most stylish on-screen Bollywood bride. For all those who love the traditional authentic red and maroon combination, Rani’s bridal look in the film Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna is just the perfect choice. Wearing this embroidered red lehenga, Rani Mukerji’s bridal act bewitched the audience. Accessorize minimally to suit this bridal lehangha. Try different fabrics such as silk, georgette or net with embroidery or stone works to give a modern look to your outfit.
2 Deepika Padukone in Chennai Express
Deepika wore many eye- catching sarees in her movie Chennai Express, but the Kanjeevaram bridal saree was the scene-stealer. The red and orange brocade saree looked quite traditional with the jewells she wore. The coral blouse complimented her saree and looked great on her. She looked like a ravishing south Indian bride.
1. Aishwarya Rai in Jodha Akbar
Wow! We wonder how Aishwarya Rai managed to wear all that gold! If you want to look like a Rajput princess on your big day take inspiration from our Ash. To counter the elaborate embroidery, fabric and the bead-work in the costume, the colours used were warm tones of saffron, emerald, copper, brown, and henna red. The jewels too, were ornate and very heavy, admittedly a royal look.