Salman Khan’s yearly Eid release Sultan is here, and just like every year, bhai fans are swamping cinema halls. The movie has been given thumbs up by fans and critics and the songs are already among chartbusters. And like all his films, Salman Khan has again come up with style lessons this time as well and bhai fans have already started copying their favourite superstar. Here are the key style takeaways from the film.
Salman plays an international wrestler in the film and dresses up the part in quite a sophisticated and sober way. Polo t shirt is one of the dresses he is often seen wearing. Usually in bright colour, polos give an air of playfulness with subtle sophistication. It looks good on everyone and hence should definitely be worn.
Being a rural Indian among elite crowd in a posh pub is not easy, but Salman as Sultan pulls it off well with his style. He is seen wearing a simple blazer with a shirt and trousers in the song Jag Ghoomeya. This is one style you can never go wrong with and suits all formal and semi-formal occasions.
3. Plain Shirts:
He plays a simple rural lad and he pulls off the style of this character without much funk. He dresses simply in plain monochrome shirts. Monochrome shirts are actually better other printed shirts because of the reason that they can be worn at any kind of occasion or gathering-formal or casual.
In the popular song Baby ko Bass pasand hai, he is seen sporting a Black jacket over a Red t shirt and jeans. Jackets always make you look stylish and black with red is one of the best colour combinations ever. No wonder Anushka Sharma’s character in the film couldn’t help but fall head over heels for Sultan in the film.
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Salman Khan has a unique style of his own. Whatever he does, he does with style and panache, be it dressing up for the role he is playing in a film. His style in his films proves that all the time. Same is the case with Sultan. His style is so flawless, that it can be emulated without blinking an eye.