Bollywood has been serving us with some major fashion inspiration for several decades now. Any unique kind of outfit, piece of jewellery, accessories, or shoes donned by actors and actresses in movies becomes an instant trend. However, the fancy apparels and accessories seen in films cannot always be affordable to the general public. In such a scenario, imitation jewellery comes to the rescue as it recreates original designs and offers them at pocket-friendly prices. Thanks to that, you can buy ethnic jewellery online and replicate the glamorous looks of your favourite Bollywood stars without burning a hole in your pocket!


Below are some iconic jewellery pieces popularised by Bollywood through the years:



  • Alia Bhatt in ‘2 States’



Alia Bhatt transformed into a gorgeous South Indian bride in the film ‘2 States.’ Her exquisite Kanjeevaram silk saree was perfectly complemented with stunning statement jewellery. While her gold choker pendant looked divine, it was her kundan maang-tika and earrings that stole the show. To recreate Alia’s girl-next-door vibe, you can purchase Kundan jewellery sets with prices that cater to everyone’s budget.



  • Deepika Padukone in ‘Padmaavat’



Deepika Padukone was a picture of pure resplendence in her role as Rani Padmavati in the movie ‘Padmaavat.’ Although the film was mired in a host of controversies, Deepika’s regal ethnic fashion created a lasting impression on the female audience. Particularly, the red meenakari choker necklace that she wore in one of the scenes became a huge rage. This delicate neck-piece has now become a popular choice among Indian brides.



  • Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in ‘Jodhaa Akbar’



‘Jodhaa Akbar’ was truly a cinematic masterpiece with its magnificent sets and brilliant cinematography. But these aspects were not the only reasons behind the immense popularity of this film. The heavy neck-pieces worn by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan throughout the movie were a mesmerising sight to behold. Her enchanting golden choker necklaces were an embodiment of the craftsmanship finesse of our local artisans.



  • Anushka Sharma in ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’



Karan Johar movies are incomplete without the portrayal of a Grand Indian Wedding celebration in them. Likewise, in ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil,’ Anushka Sharma made heads turn as a beautiful bride by sporting exquisite kundan jewellery pieces. Her heavy kundan necklace adorned with emerald embellishments was the highlight of her traditional ensemble. This elegant yet fuss-free design has made it a top favourite among brides-to-be.



  • Rani Mukerji in ‘Paheli’



The film ‘Paheli’ was representative of the sheer beauty of our Indian culture. It depicted the rich design aesthetics of the state of Rajasthan through the lovely jewellery pieces worn by Rani Mukerji in the movie. These jewellery items were decorated with intricate Kundan and meenakari work, and the global success of this film popularised the classic vintage style of designs all over again.


So, these were some of the many examples of Bollywood’s big influence on the fashion and jewellery industry in India. Traditional Kundan jewellery has especially acquired a lot of admirers due to this influence. With the wide variety of imitation designs in Kundan jewellery online and offline, budget and confusion should no longer be your concern.