Bollywood Wardrobe Malfunction: To be a famous has both sides as coin has, positive as well as negative. It is the same case with Bollywood actresses. Many Bollywood and Hollywood actresses caught in cameras with unusual poses and showed their private body parts in front of cameras. This is called Wardrobe malfunction. Wardrobe malfunction is defined as accidently exposure of private or personal bode parts.
1- Sonam Kapoor Oops Moments
Zarine Khan revealed too much in her see-through top at the launch of Microspa. Radhika Apte at Press conference of film Hunterrr. The dusky beauty was dressed in a chic net skirt and cropped tee, the actress looked super cool - until the stage lights went on and her skirt turned see-through. Poonam Pandey goes nude for SRK.
2. Alia Bhatt Wardrobe Malfuntion
All top most actresses have faced this awkward situation, here you can see these images where lead actresses Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone, Kangana Ranaut, Shamita Shetty, Sushmita Sen many actresses face the bad moments. Sonam Kapoor recently attended an event in Mumbai. She is considered as the most stylish diva of Bollywood. Once Humpty Sharma lifted his Dulhania unfortunately, she wore transparent pajama. The queen of acting Kangana Ranaut has established a successful career in Bollywood, popular for her dressing and hairstyle. Katrina Kaif is one of top most Bollywood actresses of the current time. She also faced oops moments several times during dance and shoot.
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