Bindi is always being an important part in the traditional Indian makeup. In some parts of India, there girls and women wear bindi or Kumkum on their regular basis because of their rituals. If you walk down to south India, you will find small girls and women all are wearing saree and complementing that with their traditional bindi and flower beaded head.
Our Bollywood celebrities are somewhere more like a trend-setter for the bindi, and we can’t forget their looks. From Sridevi to Madhuri to Deepika Padukone, everyone has won their fans’ hearts whenever they step out in their traditional avatar wearing a beautiful bindi.
Let us remind our memories and see how you can get inspired by these actresses.
#1 Sridevi- The Embellished Star
Remember the look of Sridevi from movie Himmatwala 1983. She was cast opposite Jeetendra and at that time she almost won everyone’s heart all over the world and won the title of- 'Dream Girl'. Her eyes and her bindi has been all tie favorite, in this scene she was carrying an embellished one to match the look.
Madhuri Dixit- Uuhhuu… Uuhhuu!
This 'Uuhhu uuhhuu' girl in Hum Apke Hain Kon in along with Salman Khan raised major love goals for the 90s’ couple. Madhuri in the film carried on the getup of a beautiful lady in saree and jewelry from her teenage look. And she looked so stunning with her mangtika and matching bindi, even that Prem (Salman Khan) can’t get his eyes off.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan- Nandu
Nandini role she played in- Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, and stole her fans’ hearts along with Salman Khan’s. Her long bindis in the looks of a Gujarati girl suits best and she played her role so professionally, that still people remember her as Nandini.
Deepika And Priyanka- Pinga Pinga...
Both the actresses played the role of Mastani and Kashi Bai, respectively. For the Pinga song both dressed up in traditional Marathi saree and makeup. And their Marathi bindis are so inspiring for the girls to complete their Marathi look with.
Alia Bhatt- The Bride
Alia Bhatt in 2 States movie played the role of a south Indian girl, and on the day of her wedding she wore her traditional look, and that simple red circular bindi is mind-blowing in the whole look. I must say Bollywood makeup artists have that sharp observation even for little things.
I guess whenever you want to try any traditional look, after reading it you are all ready to choose which bindi will suit according to which get-up.
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