Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam is an Indian movie that was released in 1999. A romantic Indian movie with a bit of tragedy towards the end. The movie was super-hit at the box office. Whenever we speak about this movie, the only thing which makes us excited is the star-cast. The casting of this movie included Salman Khan and the gorgeous Aishwarya Rai.
Those days were the peak days of Aishwarya's acting career. From Miss World to B-town's superstar, we have seen her making heads turn each and every time. But wait, what are we here for? We're here to steal some of the Garba style tips from the movie, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Today on our Bollywood Style Notebook segment, we will take you on a Gujrati-Navratri tour.
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam is a movie where Gujrati culture is inculcated in a beautiful way. Dholitaro Dhol Baaje and Nimbuda Nimbuda are the songs that we love to dance on a Dandiya or a Garba night for Navratri. No other movie could be better than this to steal some nice Navratri special style tips. Let's have a quick glance to see what this remarkable movie has in store for us for Navratri.
1. The Nimbuda Lehenga
Wow! Do you remember the blue couture bottom lehenga? It was the epitome of Indian beauty and grace. The whole lehenga and choli was embellished with embroidered borders. It weighed kilos, of course. And only Aishwarya could have donned it well, which made Nimbuda song a super-hit. This Navratri have this attire in your kitties.
2. The Plaits Of Akhon Ki Gustakhiya
My, my, Aishwarya Rai and Salman Khan looked so hot and edgy in this song. The pale orange salwar-kameez, and the long plaits were well justified by Aishwarya. This Navratri if you don't want to be gaudy or loud, then just opt for this. It is subtle, minimalistic and edgy at the same time.
3. Do The Dhol Baaje
Oomph! Whenever one listens to this track, specially at the time of Garba or Dandiya, he/she can't stop tapping their feet to the beats. Aishwarya was seen donning a classic red traditional Gujrati ghagra and choli here. The prints were ultra ethnic and traditional. If you are more of a ethnic and stuck-to-the-roots person, opt for something like this.
4. The Blue Net
Remember the scene from the movie, when Aishwarya and Salman talks about making things oblivious and opening up the Pandora box? Gorgeous! isn't it? We see Aishwarya clad in a blue lehenga and choli, with a net dupatta. The outfit is embellished with stones. Minimalistic yet fashion forward.
So girls, what are you waiting for? Got get yourselves styled with these easy Navratri style tips from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.
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