Top 10 Bollywood Dresses That Created a new Trend for The Girls | FashionWithFitness

1. Madhubala, Mughal-E-Azam

“Madhubala” – The Anarkali of Bollywood is today also remembered for her work in Bollywood and especially in the all-time classical romantic hit Mughal-E-Azam. When Madhubala  Anarkali, then along with stealing audience hearts she also introduced the Anarkali suit. Anarkali suit was first introduced by the late actress Madhubala in the film Mughal-E-Azam which became popular then and is still in trend.

 

 

2. Sridevi, Mr. India

Mr. India the all-time hit movie is famous for its two things. First is “Mogambo – Khush Hua” and the second one is its famous song “Kaate Nahi kat-te” with Sridevi in her hot look. Sridevi wore a plain blue chiffon saree in that song. After that song chiffon sarees went viral in the clothing market. Chiffon saree came into the limelight only after Sridevi wore it. Bollywood dresses

 

3. Mumtaz, Brahmachari

Mumtaz wore this saree in the famous song of movie Brahmachari “Aaj Kal Tere Mere Pyar Ke Charche”. After which this type of sarees became famous. Today also in many Bollywood films actresses wear this type of sarees when they have to come in the retro look. Recently Vogue also mentioned about this type of sarees in their story.

 

4. Dimple Kapadia, Bobby

This Polka Dotted Blouse and Mini Skirt were first worn by Dimple Kapadia in Bobby then by Prachi Desai in Once Upon a Time in Mumbai. 16-year-old Dimple’s look in Bobby inspired many teen girls of 70’s and 80’s. Skirts became famous after Bobby only. Dotted print blouse also became viral when the movie became a hit. Bollywood dresses

 

5. Madhuri Dixit, Hum Aapke Hai Kaun

Madhuri Dixit wore this Purple Satin Saree with a backless blouse in the famous song “Didi Tera Devar Deewana”. Along with the song this costume also became a hit which later became a trend in Indian weddings.

 

 

 

6. Urmila Matondkar, Rangeela

Rangeela’s rang (colors) were spreading very drastically in 90’s. Urmila became a sensation with that film and her clothes were truly appreciated. That was a first film in which costumes were designed by a designer. The designer was none other than Manish Malhotra although it was his first film. That was the time when Bollywood industry got its first fashion designer and Filmfare also started a new category of “Best Costume Designer”. Urmila’s look in Knotted tops, mini flowing skirts, and hot pants also inspired other Bollywood actresses and local teen girls. Bollywood dresses

 

7. Deepika Padukone, Cocktail

Deepika’s sexy cum stylish look in cocktail created a new trend for the Indian Girls and her costumes inspired the teen girls. After the cocktail palazzos, short-skirts, jumpsuits with messy hairs and the casual look was very well appreciated by youngsters.

 

8. Rani Mukherji, Bunty Aur Babli

“Bunty Aur Babli” was a hit one and its costumes were also hit. Rani Mukherji appeared in the movie wearing collared shirt-style Kurtis and Patiala pajamas with a jhola bag. Just after the release of the movie, these clothes got so much viral that every second was demanding “Babli wali Kurti”. These Kurtis got their name as Babli style Kurtis. Bollywood dresses

 

9. Kareena Kapoor, Jab We Met

I just love this film and today also when this movie comes on TV, I just sit and watch because I love Kareena too. Kareena’s wore harem pants with simple t-shirts. This costume got so much viral that just after the release the clothing market was full of these harem pants. Young girls got a new trend as Kareena was looking so cute and comfy in those harem pants and her positive and energetic attitude inspired young girls.

 

10. Alia Bhatt,  2 States

Alia Bhatt introduced the long skirts to the young girls in 2 States. She(Alia Bhatt) is seen wearing long vibrant colored skirts with plain tops and tees. Bhatt’s attire in the movie was appreciably followed by many teen girls. She marked her role as a youth icon and got so much appreciated for her role in the movie. Bollywood dresses

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