With an opening of around Rs.13 crore at the box office, late Yash Chopra’s last directorial Jab Tak Hain Jaan (JTHJ) starring the handsome Shah Rukh Khan, beautiful Katrina Kaif and bubbly Anushka Sharma has portrayed fashion at its best. With costumes designed by ace designer Manish Malhotra along with others like Urvashi Shah and Shiraz Siddiqui, the movie also had international brands like Puma and Burberry as sponsors. Creating a starry look for the cast, here is Sk’s review on fashion in JTHJ. Take a look..
Get gorgeous and feminine like Kat
Stunning Katrina Kaif is all about romance, feminism and beauty in the movie. After some action flicks in her last movie Ek Tha Tiger, JTHJ has brought out a new Kat to the audience. Those who follow fashion shall be smitten by the lovely looking maxi-gowns and dresses that are back in fashion.
The sophistication and elegance that Katrina exudes in every dress has given a new approach to her personality. From fur jackets to bright coloured trench coats, Katrina’s style is reminiscent of fashionable Hollywood stars. Petite accessories and boots add to the beauty. Of course her wardrobe also saw saris and salwar suits to add a touch of a typical YRF movie.
The Badshah’s new avatar
It seems that men too take a great interest in keeping themselves groomed and being fashionable. And we could see that through SRK’s closet in JTHJ. Be it in a military uniform or sporting adventure gear from the brand Wildcraft, women skipped a heartbeat as they saw King Khan’s new look. His charm and the rugged army officer’s look created a new aura of fashion in the movie.
Get cool and funky just like Anushka
And we have the tomboy in the movie, Anushka Sharma. Known to be bubbly, this care free and uberly cool character suited her well. Just like her moves, her fashion statement was also quite impressive. Like anyone who favours the sporty look, Anushka in JTHJ makes sneakers, tank tops, combat boots and cargos trendy. And don’t miss out on her super sexy aviators, and gadgets like a canon camera and ultra-portable Intel laptop that lends completeness in the look of a Discovery Channel documentary maker.