Katrina Kaif And Deepika Padukone's Coincidental Repetitions Are Worth A Notice

If you have a little time in hand and want an interesting picture trivia, then go for this one. There is a colour co-incidence taking place with Bollywood's two beauties- Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone

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Katrina Kaif And Deepika Padukone's Coincidental Repetitions Are Worth A Notice
Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone have something in common nowadays. The actresses have a coincidence in common. And it's got to do with their styling. Wondering what that is?

Well, it's a small observation made by us. While I have been thinking why Katrina Kaif is choosing white as her colour for events the last three times, I also noticed that Deepika Padukone too has been sporting the colour black for herlast 3 public appearances. 

Starting with Katrina- the lady is totally in love with white. A day back, she walked the red carpet of Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards wearing a white drape gown by Alex Perry. Before that for another Nykaa event, she wore a Jonathan Simkhai ruffled tube dress. And a few weeks back, on Javed Akhtar's 75th birthday, she wore a Rasario bodice dress, again in white.


Deepika Padukone has become the talk of the Internet with her recent Balmain outfit- pictures of which she posted a few hours back. The actress wore a black hoodie jumper by the international designer and paired a blazer along.

On Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards 2020 nite, Deepika chose a deep V-neck mermaid fit gown with big ruffled sleeves by Yanina couture. And before that, for the Davos conventions, she wore a GAUCHERE creation, in black. Take a look above at Deepika's last three formal outings in black. 

So, what do you think about this sweet co-incidence of colour repetition between these stunning ladies? Worth a notice?

Image Source:- instagram/afashionistasdiaries/ deepikapadukone/ shaleenanathani
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