5 Times Bollywood Inspired Us to Buy Gold

Bollywood has long been defining our style statement and our Jewellery frame is also highly influenced by it — Alia Bhatt’s South Indian bridal look in 2 States, Preity Zinta’s Muslim bridal look in Veer Zaara and Sonam Kapoor’s Rajasthani look in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo are some of the most enticing that we have seen in Bollywood. We give you five such movies that shimmer for their jewellery collection as much as their plots and cast:

  1. Bajirao Mastani
     
    Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 2015 release, the Indian epic historical love story Bajirao Mastani has given us some tremendous jewellery goals. Deepika Padukone’s exquisite jewellery that we see is designed by Delhi-based jewellers ‘Shri Hari Diagems’, which is a-226 year old establishment dealing with antique jewellery for six generations. Jummar ear pieces, Haath phool- the jewellery worn on the hand and the Marathi nath- the nose ring are the most sought after jewellery styles from the movie.
Bajiroa Mastani Still poster

2. Devdas
 
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s yet another romantic drama film Devdas, released in 2002, left every jewellery lover in awe. Be it Madhuri Dixit Nene’s soft style or Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s loud and pompous fashion, its jewellery box has something for everyone. Designed with base framework in Kundan art, these ornaments were further dazzled with precious gemstones like rubies, emeralds, sapphires and solitaire.

Beautiful Madhuri and Aishwarya Rai for Devdas

3. Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela
 
With Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela we can establish that Bhansali’s movies are a treasure box. The 2013 romantic-tragedy made chand baalis the ultimate choice to go with all ethnic wears.

Songs from Ram Leela

4. Dolly Ki Doli
 
Abhishek Dogra’s debutant film Dolly Ki Doli utilized its many-wedding plot as an opportunity to experiment with many bridal jewellery styles. We see fashionista Sonam Kappor pulling off sixteen new looks in this 2015 comedy-drama. Jhumkas & Jhumkis-the big and small ear rings, mang tika and pear chockers are some of the most popular Dolly ki Doli inspired jewels.

Sonam Kapoor in Dolly ki Doli

5. Jodha Akbar 
 
Ashutosh Gowariker’s presentation of the 16th century Jodha Akbar love story is a cut above the rest. It explores various antique styles of Rajput’s and the Mughal era. Besides showcasing heavy necklaces and broad bangles that made them a new favourite, it specifically brought Kamarband-the waist chain back into the vogue.

Iconic Movie Jodha Akbar

These movies make it hard to resist the temptation to stock our homes with gold. Don’t worry as Sharekhan provides amazing offers on gold loan to appease your jewellery love. Go, check what is the gold price today and secure your deal.