These daddies tackiest!
It’s about time we gave our top male frequent offenders their due recognition.entertainment Updated: Jun 17, 2012 14:41 IST
It’s about time we gave our top male frequent offenders their due recognition
One of the few men in Bollywood to have attempted highlighted hair — he did not get away with it — Ajay Devgn has a unique knack for dressing just a few inches shy of decent. It’s a skill he shares with wife Kajol, both good actors with a kamikaze sense of style.
Acting in the movie Blue should have taught Zayed Khan one thing. That his entire closet should be sent to the bottom of the ocean. Zayed’s talent lies in finding suits in mind-boggling patterns and colours — intestinal red, fungus green — and pairing them with equally shock-inducing accessories, from amber plastic glasses you’ll probably find in a welder’s tool box to Terminator-style boots.
It’s a weighty matter, commenting on Fardeen Khan’s wardrobe choices. The constantly burgeoning actor has a tendency to look unkempt and undone, no matter what the occasion. Untucked club shirts are his favourite, and we can see why...
To consider pairing a tennis sweatband with golden locks, tennis shoes and a classic white kurta-pyjama takes a certain level of creativity that only Shakti Kapoor possesses. And for this, we must doff our hat to him.
If Veerappan was a stylist, this is what his portfolio would look like. Jackie Shroff’s love for the bandana is as unwavering and unconditional as a mother’s love for her child. He also wears pants with growling tiger faces on them... and he’s not seven years old. Enough said!
First Published: Jun 17, 2012 13:52 IST