We have seen Bollywood beauty Katrina Kaif in many avatars; a politician in Raajneeti, a gymnast in Dhoom 3, and even as a spy in Ek Tha Tiger. And we all know by now, this Kashmiri-British beauty can don any role with ease. Especially when she comes on-screen as an Indian bride, she looks nothing less than a goddess.

In fact, since the news of her wedding with actor Ranbir Kapoor has started doing the rounds, everyone has been wondering about her wedding look. Well, for that you would have to wait at least till the next year.

But in the meantime on occasion of her birthday, we have compiled a list of the top 8 on-screen bridal looks of Katrina Kaif that will leave you simply mesmerised.

#1. Singh Is Kinng

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Katrina's bridal look in Singh is Kinng is a much-loved one.  

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Her red A-line lehenga with golden motifs running down its length and a green brocade blouse, was simply alluring. The pearl work on her dupatta with a complementary turquoise border was an excellent choice. And her oxidised jewelry, especially the bangles, made her look like a queen. This is so far Katrina’s best look as a bride.

#2. Slice Aamras Swayaamvar Advertisement

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

As a bold and beautiful Gujarati bride in search of a perfect groom, Katrina looked like a total stunner in this one.

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

A daring mirror work choli paired with a plain coral lehenga, along with a golden border and a kesari dupatta was simply captivating! For the jewelry part, she opted to drop the neck piece and instead, kept a maang tikka, chand baalis and hathphool, all in kundanpolki and gold. She also added bangles to it. If you are just as valiant as this bride, go for this look.

#3. Humko Deewana Kar Gaye

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Even though, Jiya Yashwardhan of Humko Deewana Kar Gaye did not seem too happy while getting married in the movie, she still managed to make a wonderful bride. Just like her character, Katrina was given a high-end bridal getup. 

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

The lehenga was an elegant piece in the lightest shades of peach. Her heavy white jewelry complemented the Swarovski work on her lehenga. And the red bindi and dark kohl-rimmed eyes gave her otherwise modern look, a classic touch. This is one of the best options if you want to combine a modern and classic look.

#4. Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

The cool, fun-loving and carefree girl that she played in the movie just could not go the usual way, even as a bride.

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Her entry on a horse was nothing compared to her bridal look, which was comprised of a small golden choli, white net dupatta and lehenga in the prettiest tones of red, orange and pink with golden work. She adorned herself with diamond jewelry, along with an emerald drop maang tikka to match the similar colored border of the lehenga. The makeup was light but shimmery, just like her character. If you are a sparkling personality, go for this look.

#5. Namastey London

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Though the traditional Indian wedding scene in the movie Namastey London was a brief one, Katrina's bridal look could not go unnoticed.

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

She wore a rust colored lehenga, a very unconventional shade with traditional zari work on it. Her jewelry comprised of a matching kundan set with jhumkas and matha patti. To top it all off, Katrina's natural makeup gave her a rustic Punjabi look. If you are a bride who is not keen on adorning too much bling, then go for this one.

#6. Jab Tak Hai Jaan

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Yes, this red saree will make for a stunning wedding look. In Manish Malhotra's design, Katrina made a very elegant and mature bride. You just cannot take your eyes off of her. 

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Even with no fancy jewelry, the grace she exudes in this red georgette saree with golden applique work is beyond measure. If you want an understated yet sophisticated bridal look, then you can take some inspiration from Katrina's Jab Tak Hai Jaan look.

#7. Raajneeti

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

Rajneeti was a turning point of Katrina's career. She played a widow in the second half of the movie, but thank god we could see her as a bride before that.

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

She wore a red lehenga with golden dabka work on it. In fact, the jewelry too was in red and gold. The makeup was light, but her eyebrows were boldly done. If you want to look like an elegant diva on your wedding day, then this should be your look.

#8. Titan Raga Advertisement

top indian bride looks of Katrina Kaif

The latest and most special of the lot is Katrina's bridal look in the Titan Raga advertisement. Katrina portrayed a woman who decides to get married on her own terms.

Best Indian Bridal Looks Of Katrina Kaif From Movies

Her outfit consisted of a royal lehenga in shades of gold and ivory with heavy Swarovski border and jarkan work. Her maang tikka and earrings were made up of pearls and diamonds. She completed her look with a bright red lipstick, a little bindi, along with soft curls framing her oval face. She looks noble here in every sense. This is a perfect imperial look.

Admit it, Katrina looks absolutely gorgeous in each and every one of these wedding outfits. No wonder everyone is so keen to see her getting married in real life to her beau, actor Ranbir Kapoor! So all you soon-to-be-brides can take ideas from Kat about what to wear on your wedding day.

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