Our Hindi film industry is very well known all over the world. Recalling the history of cinema it has been releasing Hindi films for approximately more than 100 years. The name itself is derived from the city name Bombay and the Hollywood. Our entire fashion industry and textile industry run according to Bollywood fashion style. The Hindi film depicts Indian society with latest clothing styles. It influences a lot of Indian women around the globe.
Bollywood Lehenga Choli:
India is a multicultural country and our dressing style changes state to state. Our Bollywood Celebrity inspires every states dressing style in movies. Lehenga Choli Style Costumes are focused in UK as well as USA. Even hair style and accessories. Once the movie released in the market these trends become the people’s first choice. The demand of Bollywood Designer dresses shows the popularity in fashionable women.
Late Bhanu Acharya started a new trend of designing dresses for celebrities. It was 1960 and the movie was SHEB BIBI AUR GULAM. Everyone related to fashion accepted & appreciated the idea. Our clothing industry follows the Bollywood fashion trend since then.
It was a time when only black and white film exists at that time Bollywood clothes were not that famous. Bollywood Anarkali and Bollywood Lengha became popular after Color movie era.
The Origin of both outfits was Pakistan & Afghanistan but was popular in Punjab and Kashmir. Later on, it became popular in other parts of India.
As you know that British Empire ruled India till 1947. After Independence, Indian film industry Started to Grow. Our filmmakers adopted western style dresses like mini skirt and tops because of the British influence.
The real time came in 1970 when the retro style outfits were in immense demand. As soon as Celebrity designer suits launched in the market fashionista accepted it. In 1973 Dimple Kapadia Started her career with Hindi Movie Boby. The short skirt and top became the symbol of that movie and later on named as Boby dress.
In 1987 Shridevi wore blue chiffon outfit in the film Mr. India and which brought into the limelight. The celebrity influenced many Indian designers to follow the pattern. Such outfits designs were loved by most fashionable women.
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