Alia Bhatt is a popular name in Bollywood, known for her free- spirit, charming persona & heart-stealing performances. Alia has been giving us hit upon hit since her debut in the Bollywood film industry, through the character she plays in movies as well as her fashion & styling. And we all love the young diva of Bollywood for all that she is, don’t we?
She is a series of hits from her movie performance to being the inspiration behind modern day easy-breezy yet classy chic styling. It can be said she popularized the comfy-chic style & the way she carries it is really commendable. Along with being the queen of comfy-chic fashion, Alia carries Indian ethnic wear with equal ease & persona may that be in her movies or in any social event. Alia Bhatt looks drop dead gorgeous with her minimalistic makeup & all the things she adorns, doesn’t she?
Today, we are up with top ethnic wear Alia Bhatt movie looks according to their time line to take you through a ride in time, so let’s get started.
1. STUDENT OF THE YEAR, 2012
Alia Bhatt has conquered the heart of every Bollywood fan since her debut as Shanaya in her debut movie Student of the year released in the year 2012. We have been seeing Alia in many mesmerizing ethnic wear since then but this one movie never fails to give us a happy nostalgic feel. Alia was seen ihn many glamorous outfits throught this movie but this one ethnic wear look from the Radha song holds a special position in every girl’s heart. The first time we saw her Alia swirl & dance in the beats of Radha in this silver & pink sequin shinning lehenga with complimenting pink & orange dupatta, we all secretly desired one for ourselves, be honest, didn’t we?
2. 2 STATES, 2014
Honestly, we all were surprised to see Alia in this avatar when we saw the first look of this 2014 release. The free-spirited, comfy-cool Alia turned into the ethnic wear queen for this film. She very well carried all her ethnic wear looks from well pleated silk sarees, heavy traditional jewelries & traditional hairdos, she looked adorable in her Tamilan avatar. We just couldn’t take our eyes off from the stunning Ananya throughout the film 2 States.
3. HUMPTY SHARMA KI DULHANIA, 2014
We all absolutely crush over Kavya Pratap & her journey to buy original Manish Malhotra lehenga in yet another 2014 release of Alia Bhatt. Manish Malhotra lehenga or not, Kavya looked absolutely charming wearing simple subtle kurtis to the elegant lehengas. Every ethnic wear lover would love her styling & the effortless way she carried every look from the simple kurtis, side pleated dupattas to the lovely legengas she was seen wearing in Humpty Sharma ki Dulhania.
4. SHANDAAR, 2015
Well, some people would not remember this look from Alia’s 2015 release Shandaar. Alia playing the crazy ‘Alia’ in this crazy movie though wasn’t well acclaimed by the audience, but her fans absolutely loved her performance & all her chic looks from this movie. Talking of women’s ethnic wear, we just couldn’t ignore this one ethnic wear outfit Alia adorned at the near end of the movie, she gave us serious ethnic wear goals & bridesmaid fashion inspiration with the off shoulder full sleeved black blouse & greyish mesh saree with simple embroideries at the sides. Who would have thought a bride’s maid can look this stunning in such a minimalistic outfit?
5. BADRINATH KI DULHANIA, 2017
This 2017 release Badrinath ki dulhania was no less than a modern day fairytale, making every one fall in love with the charecters & well as their indo-western looks. This movie gave us some serious Indian ethnic wear outfit inspirations & some of the best modern day version of traditional Rajasthani costumes. Vaidehi, the girl from Kota looked an ethnic wear diva from her first look in the movie to the last, there isn’t a single scene where we didn’t love her or loved her look. Her boho-ethnic wear looks inspired a lot of designers & woman to re- arrange their wardrobe, from the astounding lehengas to the pairing to traditional jackets with kurtas as tops. This movie still stands to be one of her best performances & most amazing appearances of all times. Somewhere, our hearts are still hooked on this movie!
6. RAAZI, 2018
This 2018 release Raazi is without a doubt one of the best movies of Bollywood & one of the best performances of Alia Bhatt till date. Alia raised levels higher with playing this real life character of Sehmat Khan. Once again, she rocked the North Indian look effortlessly, this look suited her so well that it felt like she was made do play this role. She was seen in ethnic wear throughout the movie & we loved her in all her looks from subtle kurtis to her wedding look but this saree look is our favourite. With her long, curly, naturally flowing hair do & subtle makeup, we have never seen Alia look this sensual in a saree before. Every girl wants to look this gorgeous in such a simple saree look like Alia does here.
7. KALANK, 2019
This 2019 release Kalank gave us another of Alia’s major ethnic wear looks & matured performances. We couldn’t help but admire Alia for everything she does, can we? This is another of Alia’s movies where we were so very confused while choosing just one look, as she looked stunning in all her ethnic wear looks from starting ‘raajvardi oodni’ song to her after marriage ethnic wear looks to very end of the movie. Yes it was difficult but we think she looked best in this white lehenga featured in the song ‘ghar more pardesiya’. No jewellery, no over the top makeup, subtle white lehenga & here she is looking like a goddess & making us awestruck!
Yes, that’s the magic of Alia Bhatt!
So this was our pick for best ethnic wear Alia Bhatt movie looks. Do you agree with our picks? Let us know which is your favouroite ethnic wear look of Alia Bhat in the comment section?
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