Bridal looks in Bollywood blockbuster films set trends more than ever for brides-to-be when choosing their gowns. Take Bajrao Mastani as an exemplary example, Deepika’s look was the talk of the town in 2015- from the make up to the jewellery, and of course her regale attire by designer Anju Modi.
Let’s see who made it to our top Bollywood bridal look selection in 2016.
Anuskha Sharma in Ae Dil Hai Muskhil
The bridal lehenga Anushka wore in the song Channa Mereya from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, was created by none other than Manish Malhotra. Anuskha’s look became an instant trendsetter. The golden lehenga choli with deep red borders weighed an incredible 20 kilos!
A fully embroidered lehenga choli will definitely create that wow-factor, pair it with a chunky kundan necklace, jhoomar and gold nath, for your bridal look.
Nargis Fakhri, Lisa Haydon and Jaqueline Fernandez in Housefull 3
Nargis, Lisa and Jacqueline’s looks in the song Malamaal from film Housefull 3, gave us the ideal look for a bride’s mehendi/sangeet. The colour choices of soft lilac, yellow and peach are beautifully unconventional and ideal for the new-generation bride.
A heavily embroidered blouse can be complimented nicely with a lightly embroidered lehenga skirt. Also, don’t be afraid to wear a monochromatic outfit, as the trio above have proven that it can definitely be done.
Katrina Kaif in Baar Baar Dekho
Katrina’s look in the song Nachde Ne Saare reminded us that too much floral is never over the top!
The actress’ red lehenga was covered in floral print galore, and is the modern muse for a mehendi party. The lehenga accessorized with no dupatta means you can dance a bit more freely to your heart’s content, and gives the overall look a western touch
Saiyami Kher in Mirzya
Saiyami Kher’s bridal look in Mirzya was the utmost quintessential wedding outfit we saw on the big screen in 2016 (along with Anuskha Sharma in Ae Dil Hai Muskhkil).
Saiyami adorned a red Rajasthani Sabyasachi lehenga that weighed 14 kilos! She wore a koti over her blouse, a heavy kundan choker necklace, nathni and borala.
Vaani Kapoor in Befikre
Vaani in the song Khulke Dulke from the film Befikre showed us how to the slay the most contemporary look for a wedding; such attire would suit a fun bridal shoot or mehendi party.
The outfit was designed by DIVA’NI couture from their Spring/Summer 2017 couture collection. We love the slit in the lehenga, which makes it look that more glamorous and sexy.
With the beautiful variety of wedding looks Bollywood has shown us in 2016, we look forward to what trends Bollywood has in store in 2017. Which Bollywood bridal look is your favourite?