Alia Bhatt — The Fashion Icon Of Our Generation
Alia Bhatt is a stunner in every way possible. She has everything that it takes to be a star. An acting talent that is par excellence, gorgeous, hot molten looks that is sure to melt every heart that casts a glance on her.
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Alia Bhatt should lead the bandwagon of other stars and actresses when it comes to style. She has always set a benchmark when it comes to fashion and styling knowingly or unknowingly. Whether it is during a promotional event or in the gym , she sure knows how to kill it. She doesn’t like to be a part of the so called fashionistas who think no end of themselves. She is comfortable on heels as much as she is in comfy sneakers. There have been times in the course of many events and parties that she has deliberately ditched high heeled shoes for comfy and soft sneakers without making a fashion faux pas. She and her designer have an exceptional eye for fashion in every sense of the word.
Alia Bhatt’s upcoming film stars Varun Dhawan and it is a sequel to Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and is directed by Shashank Khaitan. The two actors always manage to set the silverscreen ablaze with their acting and star power. In a recent promotional event for the same film, she had set a lovely style statement where she was seen wearing a Swati Vijay Vargie creation which looked to be a very breezy outfit and perfectly fit for the summer. The outfit was an off-shoulder one with silhouettes which would very easily get rid of the hot weather. The dress was coupled with beautifully crafted nude strappy heals and a pair of kitschy metal earrings which absolutely complimented the dress.
Earlier during her promotions of Udta Punjab, she was seen ditching the heels like forever. In almost every promotional event she was seen wearing a comfy pair of sneakers. Whenever or wherever she is spotted she is never shy of the camera even if she is sans make up. Like most of the other celebrities who do not like their pictures being clicked when they have no make-up on, she is happy to strike a few poses for the shutterbugs.
With whatever she dresses up, Alia ends up looking as though the dress was made just for her. If in anyway someone else would be donning the same dress, perhaps they wouldn’t be able to live up to it. Such is the comfort level with which she carries her attires and that indeed is commendable. In the fake world of Bollywood where cut throat competition prevails over everything, it is extremely difficult to cull out a style and fashion sense of your own and kudos to her because she does it so effortlessly.
Way to go girl!