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Amrita Singh
Amrita Singh
Amrita Singh

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A brief biography

#ETimesTrendsetters: Amrita Singh's ethereal style makes her the evergreen star of Hindi cinema / Jun 23, 2022/ India Times- The Times of India/ ETimes

It is no secret that Amrita Singh is one of the most popular faces in the Hindi film industry. Though she keeps a low public profile and rarely appears in interviews, the veteran actress remains in the headlines every now and then. While her personal life always kept her at the forefront, she is so much more than that. A fine actress and a stunner, Singh's contributions have left a huge mark on Bollywood. Her girl-next-door vibe made her a trendsetting actress who never shied away from flaunting her glamour onscreen.

Born on February 9, 1958, to a Punjabi Muslim Awan mother, Rukhsana Sultana and a Punjabi Jat Sikh father, army officer Shivinder Singh Virk, Amrita Singh belongs to a family of well-known personalities. While her mother was a political associate of Sanjay Gandhi, she is the great-grandniece of the late novelist Khushwant Singh and great-grandniece of politician Ujjal Singh.

Singh made her Bollywood debut with the 1983 film 'Betaab,' a highly successful romantic drama, where she was paired opposite Sunny Deol. This was quickly followed by a succession of hits like 'Sunny,' 'Mard,' 'Saaheb,' 'Naam,' 'Khudgarz' and 'Waaris,' to name a few.

Her acting prowess knew no boundaries. Not just playing the leading ladies, Singh was also praised for taking up negative roles in movies like 'Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman.' In addition to her fine acting skills, Singh's style file always raised eyebrows. Her graceful look was complimented well with a series of aesthetic clothing that eventually became a major hit in the world of fashion.

A blingy outfit is the 'it' trend currently. Borrowing the style from the 1980s, shimmery gowns and dresses have become a red carpet necessity. Amrita Singh in this blue shiny ensemble with a sweetheart neckline is only a reminder as to why this look is going to stay in vogue.

Casual chic seems to be Singh's middle name! Before co-ord sets became an airport look mandate, Singh turned heads in easy-breezy two-piece ensembles.

The actress' style game was always free-spirited. Take this all-white look for instance. Singh paired the ensemble with a newsboy cap and looked ultra-chic while flaunting her million-dollar smile.

Do you remember this timeless photo of Amrita Singh? The picture clicked in 1991, the actress was a muse for many top Indian designers including Abu Jani-Sandeep Kholsa. This photoshoot was a massive hit among fans as she posed in a shiny white ethnic wear that was paired with stunning drop earrings. Sitting in front of an intricate red and gold background, which was created by a curtain, Singh's ethereal charm is unmatchable.

Traditional dresses never failed to enhance Amrita Singh's beauty. In a simple red salwar suit with subtle makeup, the actress proved that minimalism goes a long way in fashion and we couldn't agree more.

Just because denim is a wardrobe necessity, it does not mean it has to be basic. Through this alluring look, the iconic star has developed a denim formula that is both fresh and elegant.

Can we just stop everything and appreciate how gorgeous she looks in this off-shoulder ensemble? Besides, the no-makeup makeup look worked like a bonus as she shyly tucks her hair behind the ear.

Aside from being experimental with her sartorial, Singh is also known for pulling off quirky accessories like a pro.

This giant golden hair accessory with matching earrings and necklace may seem a little extra but it accurately balances her overall look.

The blue disco headband brings much-needed drama to the fashion forefront.

The return of the headband is fully back in swing, thanks to the likes of celebrities like Amrita Singh herself who showed us how to wear it no matter what vibe you are feeling.

The actress' popularity became so evident that her style was mirrored by her huge followers.

A dark purple lipstick is the perfect retro choice today. The popular hue which was a major beauty trend back in the day is back in a big way. We are so glad we have iconic actresses like Amrita Singh who showed us how to bring the purple lips centre stage in a major way.

This old photoshoot rightly captures the star's breathtaking beauty and it is impossible to look away from her.

Amrita Singh is still a glam even today. After a sabbatical, she is back onscreen, playing supporting roles in movies. She keeps a low profile, but when she steps out, fans go crazy getting her quick glimpse.

Amrita Singh is the mother of actress Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim Ali Khan, which she shares with her ex-husband and actor Saif Ali Khan. Sara often makes the headlines for how much she resembles her mother. She is blessed with the legendary actress' sharp features and amazing acting skills.

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