Alia Bhatt's Dilbaro promises to be the wedding bidaai song of 2018!
All eyes are set on Alia Bhatt’s latest endeavour this year where she plays a gun-toting, ass-kicking spy/housewife! While the trailer has already been the talk of the town, did you hear the recent track from Raazi - Dilbaro?
Play it on if you haven’t yet (Also keep the tissues handy):
Tugs your heartstrings right? I am sure all the brides-to-be can relate to this song and it’ll most probably be the bidaai anthem of 2018! And, why not? The song portrays the real emotion every girl goes through when she’s about to leave her paternal house after getting married!
Penned by none other than - Gulzar, the song depicts the feelings of a father who has to bid adieu to his daughter in a heart achingly beautiful way! It beautifully gives words to a countless father-daughter emotions which generally go unexpressed at a wedding. Love it!
Raazi is set around the 1971-India and Alia’s outfits are channelling vintage-inspired bridal style! I feel it’s a very refreshing break from the bridal fashion scene from now!
What do you think about Alia’s bridal looks? I, for one cannot decide which one I am in love with more - the full-blown dulhan avatar or the bare minimal look as she’s slaying in both as usual. Here’s decoding both of ‘em:
The wedding look:
Alia is spotted in an embellished all-red sharara paired with the pastel green dupatta for the wedding look. She completed the look with a traditional mangtika, an ornate pearl and gold necklace set and a large nose ring adding to her elegance.
About her makeup I am totally digging those kohl rimmed eyes with soft smokey look and that pretty pink pout adding to her gorgeous look.
The reception look:
Modern bridal elegance, thy name is Alia Bhatt. With her hair neatly tied in a bun and make-up done in soft pink tones - Sehmat Khan kills it in this look!
What’s really remarkable about this look though is the pale blue dupatta paired with a soft-pink saree with a blue floral border. Completing the look with minimal jewellry, Alia is looking is looking her resplendent self!
Also, brownie points for styling the sheer dupatta with embellished border with the saree. #StyleGoals
How totally stunning are both of her bridal looks?
As to where the song is concerned, “Ungli pakad ke tune, Chalna sikhaya tha na ….. Baba main teri mallika, Tukda hoon tere dil ka…” will not leave your head for a long time!