They say eyes are window to the soul.
Trust Bollywood's leading ladies to go all out and offer a peek by throwing on some strong eyeliners and eyeshadows for better or worse.
Sukanya Verma shows us some of the most eye-catching instances of the same.
Janhvi Kapoor, Roohi
Janhvi shows off her spooky side in her upcoming horror comedy, Roohi.
What do you think of her fierce gothic eyes in the Panghat song?
Parineeti Chopra, The Girl on the Train
Parineeti's damp squib remake garnered more response for her raccoon eyes than her performance.
This how you do wicked and relish it.
Bipasha Basu, Pankh
The idea was to play a young man's bizarre fantasy figure. And Bipasha's eye-makeup is really committed to the cause.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Dil Ka Rishta, Dhoom 2
Glittery or gritty kohl, Ash *always* has all eyes on her.
Kareena Kapoor, Golmaal Returns, Asoka, Tashan
Smoky eyes, leopard eyeshadow, metallic liner -- few have displayed such variety in eye fashion as the uber cool Bebo.
Anushka Sharma, Shraddha Kapoor, Preity Zinta, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Street Dancer 3D, Veer Zaara
Whether it's a cliché or true, whenever an actress plays a Pakistani character, Bollywood loves to cover her eyes in tons of kajal.
Rani Mukerji, Paheli
No matter what era the story is set in, Rani’s smoky eyes game is always on point.
Kajol, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
Her name is Kajol. She cannot go wrong. No matter how much kohl she dabs on those greenish brown eyes.
Kalpana Iyer Raja Hindustani
Racoon alert! A perfect example of when much becomes too much.
Parveen Babi, Namak Halal
Ever the gold standard of head to toe glamour, Parveen Babi.
Sharmila Tagore, An Evening in Paris
Among her many accomplishments, Sharmila Tagore immortalised the cat eyeliner in Bollywood.
Deepika can look fetching even when she dresses up like a loofah. Her edgy black swan inspired eyes do no wrong, even at Cannes Film.
PC's quirky eye makeup at the MET Gala is stuff of viral memes. And in not a very good way.
Nobody comes close to the legendary actress and dancer where flamboyant looks and costumes are concerned. The sheer variety of her offbeat glamour as well as the panache in pulling it off is a classic Helen thing.