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Bollywood & Hollywood celebrities wear same outfits: Who wore it best?

- Posted on 27 February 2020

FEBRUARY 27 : Be it any international event or award ceremony, Bollywood stars have started getting the same limelight with their Hollywood counterparts. The glamour industry waits with bated breath to see the celebs put their best foot forward. Back home, Bollywood actors have started turning to international designers for their outfits, whether for international or domestic events. While they do manage to turn heads, they often end up wearing the same outfit that some Hollywood celeb had worn before. It is sometimes vice versa—the Hollywood celebrities are seen in the same outfit already donned by the Bollywood celebs. Here are some instances when Bollywood actors either wore the same outfit as their Hollywood counterparts or inspired them to wear a similar outfit.

US model and reality TV star Kendall Jenner was spotted wearing the pink version of the same outfit by the same designer at the amfAR Cannes Gala 2019. While the Bollywood diva paired the outfit with a pink headband, Kendall left her locks straight. Kendall even tied a waist bow like Padukone.

At Cannes 2019, Deepika Padukone donned a black and white statement gown that featured an oversized bow attached to it. Created by designer Peter Dundas, she completed her look with silver bracelets, a pair of black heels and wore her hair in a high ponytail.

On the second day of the same event, Bollywood actress Diana Penty sported a similar outfit as Deepika. The black gown also featured a large cream bow but the designer of the outfit was Celia Kritharioti.

At Filmfare Awards 2019, Alia Bhatt wore bejewelled black gown from designer Ralph and Russo’s 2018 fall collection. She completed her look with a pulled-back messy bun, smokey eyes and nude lips. But the news is that Aliaa was not the first one to wear this outfit.

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