Bollywood’s evergreen star Dev Anand, who worked in more than 100 movies holds a special place in heart of his fans bey his excellent acting in mega hits like “Guide”, “Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja”, “Kinare Kinare”, “Tere Mere Sapne”, and many more to go.
Today, on 3rd December 2020, we are giving him tribute to most stylist actor form completing 9 years of his death anniversary.
Fame of famous songs “Abhi Na Jao Chodkar” and “Khoya Khoya Chand”, always won the heart with his style and dressing aura.
When movie “Kaala Bazaar” was out, Anand’s black coat became the trend. His look was inspired by Gregory Pack. His smile and charm were to die for. Every generation admired and loved him.
He was even banned from wearing black colour in public after a girl jumped off from the building after seeing him in black attire. This was his charisma.
Actor’s ape style hairstyle and his puff was famous among the urban chics of that generation.
In 1966, after his movie “Pyar Mohabbat” was released, he changed his hairstyle and stopped making puff. Admiring him, young generation again changed its hairstyle.
His Penchant for Hats:
Hats were the important part of his accessories. From artistic beret to classic tomboy to modern panama, he nailed every style of wearing hats.
His style was so much famous that people started saying that, “Hume Dev Sahab jesi topi chahie!”
Anand was famous for his sloping walk.
You can check out his walking style from music video of “Khoya Khoya Chand”-
His Sweaters and Jackets:
He used a lot of vibrant and psychedelic colours in his fashion wardrobe. When people were scared of experimenting with famous, he did. His colour combination and colour- coding was very excellent.
He was the one who started the trend of big floral prints and buttoned up turtle-neck shirts.
He even started the style of draping his sweater over his shoulder, which was replicated by Shahrukh Khan in his mega hit “Mohabbatein”.
Scarfs and Mufflers:
His combination of mufflers and sweater were simply awesome. He paired up bold colourful accessories with big floral motifs. He was the one who made mufflers famous in India.
Dev Anand was a splendid actor. He will always remain in our heart!
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