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6 ICONIC HAIRSTYLES OF BOLLYWOOD

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Written by Saloni Chachan

Bollywood has given us many memorable and some trendsetting ideas and thoughts. Every new movie has a different story and with this, a new look is a must for the celebrities to please their fans. Youngsters are seen copying some of the styles from Bollywood.

Here are 6 iconic hairstyles that Bollywood has given us-

KAJOL IN KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI

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In the movie, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, you must have seen Kajol flaunting her tomboy look. It became a huge trendsetter for many girls and they went on for this cut to show their sporty side. She was seen in a similar hairstyle in the movie Dushman.

SALMAN KHAN IN TERE NAAM

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It came as a shock for Salman’s fans to see him in a middle parted long hair. It is one of the most iconic hairstyles of Bollywood.This haircut was a strong style statement and people went on for this look to copy Salman.

PRIYANKA CHOPRA IN ANJAANA ANJAANI

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We have seen Priyanka experimenting with her looks in every movie. In this, she was seen flaunting her Short Layers with ease and confidence.It was a trendsetter for many girls. Other actresses like Bipasha Basu had also flaunted Short Layer fringes in many of her movies.

AAMIR KHAN IN GHAJINI

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The biggest topics that came up with the movie was his 6 pack body and his hairstyle. It was a complete shock as no one had ever imagined Aamir in bald look. It was considered cool and people actually went on to copy this one as well.

SANJAY DUTT IN ROCKY

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He is the first star from Bollywood to flaunt this look with such confidence. This look was copied everywhere and is still being remembered by many. whenever you imagine Sanjay Dutt in 90s, this look is what you remember.

KAREENA KAPOOR IN EKK MAIN AUR EKK TU

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She was seen as a hairstylist in this movie and had long and wavy hair with red streaked strand which was appreciated by her fans. She used funky colors for hair bands and hair pins. Since then, red streaked became quite popular.

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Saloni Chachan