Five Sunglasses Approved By Our Favorite Hollywood And Bollywood Celebrities In Movies

Accessories are all about investing right amount in the right choices. Our choices reflect our personality. Sunglasses, being an always go-to-accessory are very much essential to give our personality a varied color and style.

Want to look distant and unbelievably charming at the same time? Well then all you need to do is choose a perfect pair of sunglasses and all of your work is done. Sunglasses don’t only uplift your self-regard but help you maneuver like a real rockstar in gatherings.

Now, what’s going to be the best guide than your favorite celebrities approved and worn styles? Here are the five sunglasses donned by Hollywood and Bollywood superstars in movies.

Tony Stark In Iron Man 2

This unisex styled sunglasses are Von Zipper’s best-checkered design. These do not only have a hipster touch to it, but the red and black checkered definitely gave Tony a unique look.

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Shahrukh Khan In Dilwale

Didn’t we all fall for SRK’s look in Dilwale. The blue tinted mirrored, round metal by Rayban in the movie was a total bop for sure.

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Arnold Schwarzeneggers In Terminator

This Gargoyles’ pair is available in various shades and colors. Tho this black shade especially gives a muscular and macho focus to men.

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Ajay Devgan In Singham Returns

Previously worn by Salman Khan in  Dabangg, Ajay rocked this look in Singham Returns also. It looks like this classic aviator by Rayban has now become almost a customary style for celeb police.

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Zack Galifianakis In Hangover

Worn by Zack and Bradley both in Hangover, this quirky and oversized styled shades by  BluBlocker were the trendiest pair for the last decade.

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Let us know in the comments about your favorite pair of sunglasses donned by celebrities in movies.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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