Bollywood costumes

There are such costumes in the history of bollywood which have become immortal in our minds. A few of such costumes are discussed below-


Madhubala’ s anarkali dress in Mughal –e-azam

Who can forget the pristine combination of n white and magenta in the floor sweeping anarkali suit worn by the yesteryear diva in one of the songs of the movie. It was truly spectacular.


Mumtaz’ s orange saree in Brahmchari 

This too was one of the classic costumes of bollywood . The sight of Mumtaz dancing in that pretty orange saree had given many a sleepless nights. The way the saree had been draped is still considered to be on e of the most stylish looks of bollywood.


Sharmila Tagore in An evening in Paris

This diva had looked smoking hot in the printed blue suit she had worn in one of the songs. She simply dazzled on the screen . many have tried to copy her mannerisms but nobody can reach up to her.


Helen in the Spanish flamenco dress

This is one such dress that could look good only on a diva like Helen. She truly looked amazing in this dress and rocked the screen with her dance moves.


Sadhana in Waqt

This diva was the first one in bollywood to sport a fringe and made it almost a rage. She was also the first actress to sport tight fitting kurtis with churidars which till date continues to be hot favorite of many bollywood buffs.

Zeenat Aman pays the ultimate ‘Flower child’ ode with her fabulously hippie look — floral prints, bell sleeves, bell bottoms, over-sized glasses, rudraksha beads in Dev Anand’s equally compelling brother-sister melodrama, Hare Rama Hare Krishna.

On anybody else this would look like sham but the innately classy Lazy Zee totally works it.

Bobby celebrates the mad rush of adolescence through the child-woman quality of its leading lady, Dimple Kapadia.

And so trust the actress with the best mane in the business to lend a carefree sensuality while romping about in a knotted polka-dotted shirt and hot black mini musing over the matters of the heart.

To think it’s only a plain chiffon blue sari. Drape it around Sridevi to deal with hotness at its best.

Her iconic appearance in the same in a bid to lure a certain Mr India had the invisible super hero and the entire male population of India weak in the knees.

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