MUST SEE! MOST EMBARRASSING star photos you'll ever see
Everybody has skeletons in their closet. Even film stars.
For reasons best known to her and the stylist on the shoot, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's latest ad for Kalyan Jewellers is but an awkward sight.
What possibly could have warranted such a pose? What does it represent -- a socially awkward female deity or an amateur Indian classical dancer?
While we try to figure this one out, take a look at some equally embarrassing star photographs that we dug out.
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Image: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
High on highlights
That blonde mane kind of defeats the purpose of having an imposing name like Suryavanshi Rajkumar Vikram Singh, no?
Also, if Game of Thrones was made in India circa 1992, is this how the lead characters would've been styled?
Salman Khan donned this inexplicably curious avatar in his 1992 film that, according to Wikipedia, 'incorporates various Indian cultural/social themes such as reincarnation, marital devotion and loyalty.'
Image: Salman Khan in Suryavanshi
So the story in our head goes:
Sridevi's stylists put some fake lashes and silver eye shadow on the actress and was so pleased with their handiwork that they decide to add a studded mang tika and matching earrings. And a headgear. And an outfit that looked like it was made out of a piece of the galaxy.
Clearly, there was no stopping them.
Image: Sridevi in Nakabandi
What a drag
Shah Rukh Khan, doing this, in drag.
That's one mental image all of us would have been better off without.
Image: Shah Rukh Khan in Duplicate
Is it just us or that head accessory on Rekha looks like a centipede-like being creeping down her forehead.
Also, among the hairstyle, the spikey earrings and contacts, where would you have drawn the line?
Image: Rekha in Khoon Bhari Maang
Bromance in the air
In the ominously titled Keemat: They Are Back, Saif Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar tried to recreate their Main Khiladi Tu Anari chemistry.
Obviously, much was lost in translation.
Image: Saif Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar in Keemat: They Are Back
A not-so-perfect pose
A textbook example of how the formula took over Hindi films, people expected EVERY Juhi Chawla-Aamir Khan film to be a blockbuster after Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak.
Alas, it wasn't meant to be with Tum Mere Ho.
Not with that pose and expressions at least.
Image: Juhi Chawla and Aamir Khan in Tum Mere Ho
On a bad hair day
Nobody thought the angry young man could grow into a creepy old mafia lord with no access to hair colour and a penchant for young, listless models until they saw Kaizad Gustad's Boom.
The title, by the way, also happens to be the sound the film made when it crashed at the box office.
Image: Padma Lakshmi and Amitabh Bachchan in Boom
Karisma's toned body, her outfits and dance moves in Yash Chopra's Dil Toh Pagal Hai had us convinced that she really was a dancer within.
Then we saw her strike this pose.
Image: Karisma Kapoor in Dil Toh Pagal hai