Best and worst Bollywood red carpet looks
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Best and worst Bollywood red carpet looks

We go through some of the most memorable Bollywood red carpet looks

Red carpet looks can go down in fashion history if done right, however that’s not always the case. It’s the chance for celebrities to flaunt their fashion and collaborate with top designers all in front of the flashing cameras. On occasion, some stars have mistaken a fashion statement for a major faux pas, so we take a look at some of the most memorable red carpet looks from our favourite Bollywood stars.

Deepika Padukone

Best and worst Bollywood red carpet looks

Deepika’s 2019 Met Gala look was perfect for the theme of ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’. Her 3D printed pink dress by Zac Posen served up some major princess glam on the iconic red carpet.

Ranveer Singh

Best and worst Bollywood red carpet looks

Known for his bold fashion, Ranveer rocked up at the 2018 Filmfare Awards in this questionable suit designed by Kartik D. The suit featured a heavy print of classic Bollywood film posters and made him look like a walking billboard. Definitely not his best work.

Sara Ali Khan

Best and worst Bollywood red carpet looks

The model and actress looked stunning in this delicate white ball gown dress. Khan looked elegant on the red carpet and this outfit really accentuated her great figure.

Karan Johar

Best and worst Bollywood red carpet looks

Eagle eyed fans will notice that Johar always plays it safe with his red carpet looks. The Bollywood director and producer almost always wears black but this Gucci ensemble saw him taking the black a step further with this velvet look.

Katrina Kaif

Best and worst Bollywood red carpet looks

Katrina’s Cannes Film Festival dress was a total flop as the gothic, lace dress featuring delicate boning didn’t fit the actress properly. Katrina’s red hair clashed with the outfit and went down as one of her few unsuccessful looks.

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