Iconic outfits of Bollywood that did not make sense

Fashion failure of b-town iconic movies.

What actors wear in movies often becomes a huge fashion trend that is followed by fans even years after the release of the film. These outfits become iconic and synonymous with the character that we can’t help but steal for ourselves. Whether they were wrong for the weather or simply weird in terms of the characters the actors were playing, some of the most iconic outfits in Bollywood movies now make us question the styling in the film.

 

Raj Aryan’s Pullover Look (Mohabbatein)

Shah Rukh Khan’s look in Mohabbatien got so famous that everyone copied it for Bollywood themed-parties and fancy dresses. However, take a moment to think, who would just buy a nice sweater to hang over his shoulder all the time? We don’t see Raj Aryan wearing the pullover even once in the entire movie and this is pretty strange.

Deepika and Yeh Jawani hai Dewaani

We get it. In the Bollywood world, actresses don’t feel cold. However, we don’t expect this from a millennial movie in the 21st century, especially when the second female lead, Kalki, is packed in a jacket and a muffler.

Narayan Shankar’s Heavy Bandhgala

Another gem from Mohabbatein, the principal of Gurukul, Narayan Shankar only wears the same black heavy bandhgala kurta with a jacket every day to school, to parties and everywhere else I am guessing. When he is not wearing that, he is wearing a stark white kurta and a shawl. We get that he is strict but the man’s gotta have other clothes.

Prem’s Obsession With Suspenders (Hum Aapke Hain Koun…!)

Salman Khan’s character Prem was so obsessed with suspenders in this movie that he is even wearing a pair in the portrait his elder brother makes for him. He wears them to the office, at home and at family functions.

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