Fashion, for actors, is not only about what they wear for events and public appearances but also the look/s they sport on screen. In the process of getting into the skin of their characters, actors also follow a certain style statement that is attributed to the respective character.
In recent times, there were quite a few iconic roles for which the actors donned an exclusive look. Here’s a glimpse of some of the best looks of those characters.
Shraddha Kapoor in Stree
Playing the role of a small town girl, Shraddha incorporated the perfect Indo-western fusion clothes in her looks. But we love this gold, mirrored blouse, and the green dhoti-style pants.
Aishwarya Rai in Fanney Khan
In this comedy-drama, Aishwarya looked apt in her role of a rock star, especially in this scene with her crimson tresses and hooped earrings.
Alia Bhatt in Badrinath Ki Dulhania
Another classic example of Indo-western fusion fashion, Alia sported the cool and contemporary city girl look with an ethnic touch. The embroidered jacket with kurti and ripped jeans is our favourite.
Ranbir Kapoor in Sanju
Ranbir Kapoor not only nailed the character of Sanju in the film, but also his looks. His best on-screen style took us back to the retro days when Sanjay Dutt sported long hair and baggy vests.
Varun Dhawan & Anushka Sharma in Sui Dhagaa
A story of a middle-class couple, Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan both deserve mention for their looks. While Anushka’s simple saree and the cardigan fit in with her character, Varun’s styling with the simple, pastel shirts and V-neck sweaters did justice to his film persona.
Ranbir Kapoor &Katrina Kaif in Jagga Jasoos
Sporting the looks of two nerds on a big life-changing adventure, Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif left no stone unturned to perfect the geeky look. We particularly love Katrina’s bespectacled look with the oversized jumper. And Ranbir was the perfect ‘frat-boy’, with his ‘Tintin’ style hair, round-rimmed glasses, and the argyle sweaters.
Aamir Khan in Thugs of Hindostan
Another period action-drama, this film saw all its characters in their most unique avatars, especially Aamir Khan, as the main thug. We loved his rugged look with the top hat and the worn-out coat, complemented by his kohl-lined eyes and the nose pin.