7 Bollywood Movies That Inspired Indian Women To Shop For Designer Kurti Online

When it comes to fashion and style, we pick a lot from our very own Bollywood, don’t we? Isn’t the industry absolutely fashion forward? Every actor’s outfit seems to awe us and soon finds a home in our heart and wardrobe. We want to wear what the dramatic artists wear and go about hunting for ‘replica dresses.’ And we call it ‘cinema ishtyle.’

Designer Kurti Online

Designer Kurti Online

Oh, come ‘on! We ALL do it!

Now, amongst those many outfits inspired by the Indian Tinseltown, some have really stayed with us to become part of the mainstream. They have turned into our everyday costumes – the clothes that are most comfortable and convenient.

In this very thick of a plethora of choice lies the most favourite outfit of every modern Indian woman – designer kurtis. Yes, this apparel has found its place deep in the roots of Indian traditions and culture. Today, it’s a style statement every girl loves to flaunt.

Let’s check which Indian movies have inspired this attire in the recent past.

1.    Bunty Aur Babli (2005)


Who could possibly forget the lovely Babli (Rani Mukherjee) hopping around in her vibrantly coloured ensemble? This movie did set new trends in the fashion industry with every girl wishing to get into those iconic outfits.

2.    Love Aaj Kal (2009)


Deepika Padukone as Meera became an instant hit, especially with the Indian female crowd because of her attire in the movie. The actor flaunted some of the most beautiful printed kurtis we have ever seen in the glamour world. My, didn’t every girl dream of having one of those in her wardrobe!

3.    Rockstar (2011)


Nargis Fakhri as Heer Kaul looked so warm and chic in those pashminas and pastel coloured casual cotton kurtis, didn’t she? – A Kashmiri beauty at her best! The work on her attire was subtle yet beautiful. And we did love the movie, too.

4.    Bodyguard (2011)


Although the movie was not a box office hit, it did attract the eye of our Indian ladies for what Kareena Kapoor Khan was wearing in her role as Divya. The variety was huge, the colours were myriad, and her look had the power to make any guy go weak in the knees. Her desi appeal was indeed a show stealer.

5.    Raanjhanaa (2013)


Sonam Kapoor has always been a fashionista. She is considered a fashion icon and praised for her sense of style. And, in this movie too, Miss Kapoor pulled off her glam like a diva in her role as Zoya Haider. Adorned in the simplest of full sleeved cotton kurtas, she looked pretty and lovely. Such a trendsetter!

6.    Queen (2014)


Kangana Ranaut’s career-defining performance in this movie is an inspiration. A bonus was her set of outfits, which became a rage overnight. Rani Mehra was the girl next door every lady wanted to be. Hasn’t the character given us the confidence to roam around in Paris in a simple, non-glamorous kurta?

7.    Tanu Weds Manu Returns (2015)


Another of Miss Ranaut’s hits, this movie portrays the curly haired actor in the character of Tanuja Trivedi, a nonchalant, outspoken girl dressed in seemingly ordinary outfits. A closer look and you’ll know her attires are way beyond ordinary. With intricate designs and energetic shades, these are the attires we’ve been waiting for.

Thus, started the trend of buying designer quote online…

In this attire, Indian women have found not just the mode, but comfort as well. A designer kurti online is a favourite choice because it is versatile. You can wear them with practically anything – from churidars to patialas to leggings, jeans, Capri pants, and even skirts!

Vasanchi Designer Kurti6

Vasanchi Designer Kurti

You could have them in any colour and any length, match them with any footwear of your choice, and wear any accessory that you like. It complements contemporary as well as traditional trends.

Most of all, it is a vent to our desire of wearing clothes, Bollywood style. In the truest sense, this attire oozes fashion from all over. Did any movie inspire you as well? Tell us all about it in the comment section below.