Katrina Kaif or Sonakshi Sinha which bride carried this Tarun Tahiliani creation better?
It’s no biggie if you have similar taste in fashion in this entertainment industry. There are times when the outfits are repeated intentionally or unintentionally but hey, what’s the harm in that? We have many Bollywood actresses taking inspiration from their Hollywood counterparts in the same department. There are chances that actresses might pick a similar outfit for two different occasions and there’s no big deal in that. It’s even common in photoshoots for actresses’ stylists to pick same creations coincidentally. There have been instances in the past when two or more beauties are seen donning the similar ensembles in completely different and distinct photoshoots. The latest duo to match their outfits together is Katrina Kaif and Sonakshi Sinha.
Katrina Kaif and Sonakshi Sinha recently posed for their respective photoshoots for two separate magazines. The only common thread between them was the fact they both were bridal photoshoots. While Kat posed with sister Isabelle for the April issue of Brides Today, Sonakshi was the cover girl for Khushi magazine. We won’t deny that Sona’s photoshoot reminded us of Katrina when she posed for Harper’s Bazaar Bride’s issue two years back and the resemblances were uncanny. Now with them even matching the attire, we believe the actresses share some unspoken connection and so many similarities.
There’s just one difference between Sonakshi Sinha and Katrina Kaif’s hand embroidered lehenga choli with sequins and embellishments. While Sona has a cape on top of it, Katrina preferred it the way it was originally. Probably the addition was intentionally added for Sona to avoid the similar looks. We won’t pick our favourite in these ladies as their look distinctly different. While the Tiger Zinda Hai actress looks utterly charming, Sonakshi is more sensuous.
As we mentioned earlier, having similar outfits and wearing them for photoshoots or even events are far from being a big deal. It’s the appreciation of the designer’s hard work in the end and there should be no fuss around it.