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Did Katrina just copy Deepika?

Last updated on: May 27, 2019 09:09 IST
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It's not the first time Katrina Kaif has taken style lessons from Deepika Padukone.

While B-town's beautiful actors were making waves at Cannes with their stylish moves, Katrina Kaif wasn't far behind.

The actor who will be seen in the film Bharat opposite Salman Khan took to Instagram to pose in a pink one shoulder gown.

All photographs: Kind courtesy Gauri and Nainika/Instagram

Katrina in Gauri and Nainika

Designed by Gauri and Nainika, the floral gown is part of the the designer's latest resort collection.

Katrina in Gauri and Nainika

Turns out, we have seen these prints before.

Deepika in Gauri and Nainika

On Deepika Padukone!

Deepika Padukone in Gauri and Nainika

In March 2019, Dipps had worn a dress with similar prints from the same designer. And she looked WOW!

It made us realise that this is not the first time Katrina has worn an outfit inspired by Deepika.

Deepika and Katrina

In 2018, Katrina recreated Deepika's gorgeous Cannes look. While Deepika looked lovely in a white Zuhair Murad creation at the film festival's red carpet, Katrina wore a similar gown designed by Falguni and Shane Peacock. Photograph: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images, left and Pradeep Bandekar

Katrina and Deepika

In 2017 too, Katrina made a jaw dropping entry in a black sari designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee which she paired with a sheer full sleeved blouse with ample cleavage on display. Incidentally, Deepika had previously worn the same sari before albeit with a V-neck sleeveless blouse. While Deepika had styled her hair in a sleek pony, Kat left her tresses open. Photographs: Kind courtesy Ami Patel/Instagram, left and Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

We must admit that despite wearing similar outfits, both actors know how to make an everlasting impression.

But we leave it to you guys to rate their style quotient.

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