B’Town Red Carpet Fashion Disasters

Bollywood fashion disasters

Bollywood celebrities are know for their style and fashion instinct. They are the trendsetters when it comes to dressing and hair styling. But it not always a bright sunny day. At times their fashion and style statements turn out to be disastrous. Some stars choose their outfit wisely and some wants to look simply out of this world. What they forget to realize is that they do REALLY look “out of this world” (Aliens).

Here we present some of the Alien Personalities from Bollywood who walked down the Red Carpet in some disastrous outfits.

Hazel Keech

Bollywood fashion disasters

Is that an outfit to wear for “GQ Men of the Year 2012” Event? You look like a red rose bouquet that looks like a human.

Zarine Khan

Bollywood fashion disasters

Oh! That dress is too tight to carry Zarine. All we hope is she’s able to breathe.

Mandira Bedi

Bollywood fashion disasters

We have seen you stunningly dressed up in sarees and other dresses but unfortunately you ruined the whole charisma with this Tiger + Zebra + Leopard print dress of yours. This is not the way to show your wilder side.

Rani Mukherjee

Bollywood fashion disasters

It is said that human being learns from his own Mistakes. But somehow that saying is not working for Rani Mukherjee. Look at this shabby gown she’s wearing for an event or Party.

Kaykasshan Patel

Bollywood fashion disasters

We know you are a lost bollywood celebrities, but this is not the way to get noticed. Teaming up that heavy (neck choking) necklace with a modern one piece dress is not a good idea. A complete mismatch in our opinion.

Mallika Sherawat

Bollywood fashion disasters

Recently at Cannes even Mallika showed her true colors when she was sighted in not only a bold nude-coloured gown but also partially nude dress, with a high neck and the dangerously designed low back.

Bollywood fashion disasters

Prior to that she wore a black dress and that can be dubbed as one of the most hazardous fashion disaster ever in the history.