The next outfit which caught my eye is this lovely sari, and perhaps my favourite out of all the ones in this film. I'm not a fan of blue-and-pink contrast look as it often looks quite dated, but in this scenario it just adds to the fresh, summery look and makes Kareena look quite sweet and fresh.
The final outfit I'd like to point out in this film is the bridal outfit, which is a pretty, coral/peach colour. This colour is still very current in today's trends, and flatters Kareena immensely in terms of looking natural on her and giving her a pretty pink glow.
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All in all although some of these outfits look like they were left over from the '90s, there's a general cute, feminine feel here where the focus is on pretty and soft colours. Neha Dhupia also looks very pretty in this film, and her outfits are of a similar style, and this just adds to the theme really. I suppose this is a change from the dramatic, sexed-up outfits you may find in some films today, and its nice to see outfits which are more realistic for a bride to wear.