I am a full Bollywood phataka and it’s not hard to guess that I’d be as crazy about their outfits as I am about the movies themselves. Sometimes the inner heroine inside me wants to be the sexy Poo from K3G, walking the streets in my shortest mini and a backless bralet. While other times I want the man of my dreams to romance me on the snow capped peaks of Switzerland, grooving to some cheesy Yashraj film song, in a chiffon candy colored sari. To that end, lets look at some of the most stylish outfits of the past that are still trending today!
1. Kajol in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
That crop top and maxi skirt duo, I love! With that middle parting, Kajol pulled a perfect Kim Kardashian look in this one!
2. Urmila Matondkar in Rangeela
Denims shirts are the new cool thing and a really chic way to wear them is with high waisted pants. You totally rocked this trend Urmila.
3. Karisma Kapoor in Dulhan Hum Le Jayenge
It’s time to quit clashing and update your look with uniform dressing. Take inspiration from Karisma Kapoor. She rocked it like a pro!
4. Aishwarya Rai in Josh
Psst..this ex Miss World pulled one of the biggest trends of the season with absolute perfection! Color-block love anyone?
5. Sri Devi in Mr.India
Sheer chiffon sari’s are back in fashion. But you must see how the original diva stunned in this trend back in the ’90s.
6. Kareena Kapoor in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
If there is one lehenga that will stand the test of time, it has to this one! It’s sexy, cute and nothing less than goregous!
7. Rani Mukerji in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Out with the old, in with the metallic? Rani Mukerji stunned in a sexy shimmering, body hugging dress that ruled the runway this year. Result – Pure fashion!
8. Preity Zinta in Salaam Namaste
Halter crops, Billabong skirts, gladiator flats and oversized sling bags. Damn girl, you rocked the sporty trend just fine.
9. Aishwarya Rai in Dhoom 2
When she rocked a super sultry cut-out outfit paired with boots, I died! I’d kill for an outfit like this one.
10. Madhuri Dixit in Hum Aapke Hain Kaun
Maduri Dixit‘s purple sari and backless blouse is never ever going out of fashion and I can promise you that. Drop-dead-gorgeous!
Ladies, these are some of the Bollywood outfits that just won’t die. I’m totally reliving my fashion past and these are some of the trends you can wear today and still look like a complete fashionista, don’t you agree?