Don’t be just an accessory on your special day, look sharp and dress elegantly……..go ahead, own the day. You gotta up the game and you most definitely can! Just look down below, we bring you the most sought after Bollywood engagement outfits for Indian grooms, freshly imported from Bollywood songs.
Searching for inspiration in Bollyland is like being a kid in a candy store, there are a zillion options to choose from!
- Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo- Most Ethnic ever!
Sooraj Barjatya’s movies celebrate some archaic Indian culture and they can provide food for thought for all those who wants to borrow apparel ideas.For instance check this pic out Salman Khan and everbody are sporting the right expression for the ethnic wear and it is ‘emphatic enthusiasm’ but Neil Nithin Mukesh seems to be having a fit of absence seizure.
- Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham-the whole movie actually!
The entire movie was one fashion event. The varieties of apparel for men available in that one movie are myriad. The song Bole chudiyaan, our indigenous Greek God Hrithik Roshan makes his appearance in a Whitekurta and churidar set with shawl to match. Then when all the ladies were having their stomach’s fill here arrives the King Khan in a tastefully done Ivory Sherwani set.Shehanshah of Bollywood is impossible to ignore in his elegant Golden and Cream Sherwani combo. Add more shimmer to your engagement ceremony by donning one of these.
- Yeh Jawani Hain Deewani-Kabira number
That’s why I simply love multi-starrer movies. There are a hell lot of sights to behold when a lot of beautiful people come together. Remember, this bandhgala jacket and pajama combo from the hit number ‘Kabira’, which Ranbir flaunted with his acting skills.The look is so cool and classy and is here to stay for a pretty long time.
Where to SHOP engagement attire for Indian Groom:
- Suits and Jackets at Jabong
- The wedding store at Flipkart
- Dulha Collection of JadeBlue
- Ethnic wear at ShopClues
- Male engagement dress at Snapdeal
- Student of the Year-The Radha Song
Although the show-stealer was Alia Bhatt, the guys didn’t do anything less than terrific job. Both showed off Manish Malhotra’s exquisite creations: deep blue and off white toned kurta pajama set. Great options to adorn for an betrothal ceremony but please remember to wax your chest hair or at least trim it prior to wearing it!
- Bol Bachhan-Black Beauty!
The men look dashing in the black kurta and pajama set. Its not just plain black, there is a lot going on in this in terms of embellishments.
- Aisha- Gal Mitti Mitti Bol
The men in this catchy song from Aisha were in maroon ethnic wear and Abhay Deol looked simply delicious in his chilly red waistcoat,silk kurta and white churidar ensemble.Oh and the turban…totally did the look!
- Heyy Baby-Mast kalandar
Well ,spoiler alert is that one person who can nail this look accessories is none other than Akshay Kumar himself !He is the man who invented SWAG in India, even before we knew what was SWAG! But if you have an electrifying personality and a lot of innate SWAG then…. go for it!
- Jhoom Barabar Jhoom-Bol Na Halke Halke
The movie was majorly forgettable but when Aki Narula designs for Junior B, its hard not to take a second look. Abhishek looks splendid in almost all of his ethnic kurts pajama and jackets in one song in particular, Bol Na Halke Halke.
- Be Shandaar-Body doubles!
In Gulabo both Shahid and Alia donned suits in such a quirky manner. Throw caution to the air and simply go for this look if your fiance loves to take costume coordination to a whole new level!!!
- More suits!
Suits don’t have to be gray or black everytime. They can be vivacious too, check out the men from Happy New Year in suits that are anything in but conventional colours. Hope you liked out list of engagement outfits for Indian grooms, do let us know you love them by sharing.
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