Last Tuesday dropped one of the eye-getting notices of the Salman Khan-starrer Bharat. The astonishing publication highlighted the whiz in a retro look – faultlessly brushed hair, clean shaven face and a decent old pair of shades in a split second pulled in the consideration of moviegoers. Also the flawless white coat enlivened with thick weaving examples. '1964,' the publication reported unmistakably, which is one of the numerous stages the genius' character travels through in the period show.
From Shah Rukh Khan to Akshay Kumar to Z, a few Bollywood men have taken the days of old course for their movies. Here, we investigate probably the most prominent ones...
Shah Rukh Khan – Om Shanti Om
Farah Khan's 2007 film Om Shanti Om, that investigated the idea of resurrection, saw Shah Rukh Khan playing a Hindi film junior craftsman of the 1970s. His retro look collected much thankfulness from fans and pundits alike. His thick sideburns turned into an anger.
Ranbir Kapoor – Bombay Velvet
For Anurag Kashyap's Bombay Velvet, set in Mumbai of 1960s, Ranbir Kapoor avoid his chocolate-kid picture and wore the rough look of a road contender called Johnny Balraj. With his hair marginally twisted, clean-shaven face and short sideburns, the performing artist appeared to be excessively unique from any character that he had played previously.
Akshay Kumar – Action Replayy
Akshay Kumar wore the retro search for Vipul Shah's 2010 film Action Replayy. As the content requested, Khiladi Kumar's look was kept intentionally entertaining. With his long straight bolts and the front teeth standing out, the genius looked the wackiest he could. Not to overlook his great pair of thick-encircled scenes.
Ajay Devgn – Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai
Ajay Devgn's retro look in Milan Luthria's 2010 film Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai was unadulterated class. Wearing a fresh all-white suit, the whiz pulled off the Haji Mastan look without hardly lifting a finger. While his horseshoe mustache supplemented his extreme eyes, his pair of pilots conveyed the truly necessary oomph to his look.