Bollywood Style Notebook- The calm And Serene Fashion Quotient Of The Movie Taal

The movie Taal came into the big screen in the year 1999. The star cast being Anil Kapoor, Akshay Khanna, Alok Nath and the beautiful and gorgeous Aishwarya Rai. These were the leading characters and was directed by Subhash Ghai.

This movie Taal is basically based on dance. A perfect romantic emotional story, perfect for a dance lover to watch. The movie goes very serene, calm, and patient with lots of romance and dancing. The dance was the main attraction of this movie, and along with it the songs and the wardrobe for Aishwarya Rai. It was so magical to watch her dance on the songs, and taking the style quotient to the next level with her wardrobe.

Aishwarya Rai's Goregous Looks In Taal

Let us start with the white silky separates that she wore for the song Ramtajogi in Taal, my, my, she looked stunning and hot as hell. She opted for a deep turtle neck sleeveless crop top, with low waist pleated skirt. To add an X factor, she clad herself with a white shirt on top which gave her a perky and raunchy look, just the right thing which was needed for the mood of the song.

Aishwarya Rai's Goregous Looks In Taal

Now, how about the long flared white lehenga, with a white blouse. This was worn by her in the famous song of the movie Taal Se Taal Mila. Here, she looked elegant yet naughty and perky. The fashion seen in this film is very minimalistic, subtle and beautiful. This style is still trending, but in a modified way.

Aishwarya Rai's Goregous Looks In Taal

Saved the best for the last. Here we have the best style that made Aishwarya to look the ultimate diva. The long mermaid line pink sequin embellished dress. AH! She looked mesmerising in the song Kahi Aag Lage. This was the look that most of the women wanted to have, and even now. 

Aishwarya Rai's Goregous Looks In Taal

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