Decoding the Btown look for Navratri
Bollywood loves its festivals as they add to the drama, color and charm of the movies. There are numerous movies featuring Navratri with popular Dandiya and Garba numbers showcasing rich and vibrant settings. A look at some of the popular numbers
Deepika brings garba back to bollywood in her high energy Nagada sang dhol in Ram Leela. With her hair down in a natural look Deepika sports a red and gold ghagra in traditional Gujarati style and looks every bit the village girl in this song. The tattoos on her neck and understated accessories add to the beauty of the song.
Dholi taro is an iconic navratri song and everyone’s favorite for the garba season. Aishwarya looks ethereal in a multi colored and vibrant blouse, a red lehenga and contrasting hot pink dupatta with chunky jewelry.Her effortless dance moves, gorgeous dress, flawless makeup and stunning beauty makes Dholi taro an all time favorite with women.
Kai Po Che has Navratri sequences in the movie with a scene featuring the main actors dancing to all time favorite song “Pari Hoon Main’. Amrita Puri is wearing a gorgeous ghagra choli in sunshine yellow with contrasting green and red intricate embroidery while Raj Kumar Yadav looks dapper in traditional gujarati attire. The movie captures the Navratri spirit and the song Hey Shubhaarambh from the movie is a perfect example of a Gujarati folk song.
A mix of traditional folk music and modern beats the Bani Bani song from Main Prem ki Deewani captures the Navratri spirit. Kareena is ravishing in a red lehenga with intricate gold embroidery. She completes the festive look with chunky accessories in complementing golds and perfect eye makeup.
Dandiya is not complete without a song from Falguni Pathak. The festival favorite is Choodi jo Khanki featuring Riya Sen and friends who attend a Dandiya raas. Fun and lively, this song sees Riya in an elegant light blue lehenga with minimal accessories.