Discover the iconic accessories from Bollywood films
There are a number of Bollywood movies that are remembered for years. While some movies are known for their excellent cast or screenplay. But sometimes an object becomes more popular in the film and takes on a life of its own. We’ve seen in movies that certain inanimate objects that were supposed to act as fillers ended up stealing the show. Today we bring a list of iconic Bollywood accessories that have outdone the actors and movies they were in.
Bagwati to Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara: Remember when Farhan Akhtar presented an expensive bag under the name Bagwati. Bagwati aka the €12,000 Hermes Kelly handbag that Arjun buys for Kabir’s fiancé. Since then, at least one of our bags has been transformed into Bagwati.
Cold chain at Kuch Kuch Hota Hai: People who lived through the good old days of the 90s can understand the generation’s infatuation with the film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. The romantic love triangle saga was one of the biggest grossing of its time and we can say that it still dominates the hearts of many. In the film, SRK was seen wearing a ‘COOL’ necklace chain. The oh-so-COOL chain was a signature accessory back then.
Sunglasses in Dabangg: Salman Khan with his Dabangg style and crime drama surely kept us entertained. As usual with his charm and incredible fashion sense, Salman has once again raised the bar with the aviator look. Dabangg was instrumental in bringing aviators back into the fashion industry. These classic sunglasses have become everyone’s favourites.
Hand pump in Gadar: Who can forget the iconic hand pump from the movie Gadar? And more importantly, who can forget that Sunny Deol pulled the hand pump out of the ground? With his dhai kilo ka haath, it’s pretty obvious that the hand pump is his favorite weapon.
Telephone in Hera Peri: We all loved Paresh Rawal’s character in Hera Pheri and his funny black phone conversation. Don’t you remember the line “Are Kaun Devi Prasad?” every time you look at a phone?
Taare Zameen Flipbook By: The most moving moment in the film Taare Zameen Par was the flipbook that made us feel sorry for the little boy who was left all alone, so far from home.
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