Juhi Chawla's 50th birthday: How the Bollywood star rocked Indian wear over the years

Juhi Chawla turns 50 today 
She was adjudged

Miss India in 1984, but it was only after acting in hit film, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988), that the country really sat up and took notice of Juhi Chawla, her acting prowess, and of course, her endearing smile. As far as style is concerned, from the very beginning, the actress has been an understated dresser and that has just continued over the years.
Even though Juhi has sported western outfits in many films and in real life too, she is known to carry off Indian wear exceptionally well. From traditional saris to well-fitted anarkalis – the bubbly star knows how to step out in anything with ease and grace.

In fact, her stylist, Karishma Gulati, reveals that she always follows her heart while dressing up, a quality that makes her a star he is. "The best part about styling Juhi is that she always wants to be herself, no matter what the event. She has absolutely no inhibitions, insecurity or competition as to what her peers are doing or sporting. She follows her heart and allows me to get deep into her personality and style her in a way she feels most close and comfortable to her originality," she says, adding that Juhi doesn't believe in following trends, and only believes in being true to herself and her personal style.

Karishma also says that Juhi loves wearing "happy colours". "That's originally who she is - a beautifully happy person. She loves wearing clothes that she feels comfortable in. The tricky part is to make comfort look glamorous. That's where I step in," se says.

As the Bollywood actress turns 50 today, we bring forth some of Juhi's best Indian looks for some traditional inspiration.
While Juhi has predominantly worked in Bollywood films, she has also done films in Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, and Bengali language. While she has been versatile in her performance throughout her career, she is primarily known for her comic timing and chirpy on-screen personality. Some of her prominent films have been Swarg (1990), Bol Radha Bol (1992), Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992), Aaina (1993), Darr (1993), Yes Boss (1997) and Ishq (1997), among others. 

In the recent past, Juhi has become quite selective about her work, and usually acts in content-driven cinema such as 3 Deewarein (2003), My Brother Nikhil (2005), Gulaab Gang (2014), and others. Juhi also co-owns the Indian Premier League cricket team Kolkata Knight Riders, and is married to industrialist Jay Mehta, with whom she has two children.
Source-Times Now News

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