Hindi Movie Actors - Magazine Covers

Naughty November

November usually means Diwali and loads of traditional wear being shoved on the consumer, along with a number of decor and sweets-making DIYs. However, this month we were in for a sweet surprise. With minimal traditional apparel, the magazine covers were an enchanting mix of glitz and glam. The content pieces were entertaining and ranged through a variety of topics. From beauty tips to fitness mantras to exclusives with the stars. These November issues had it all. The best one however was from Vogue. It managed to dull every single one in comparison. Check these out and let us know if you agree? 

It’s Alia Bhatt’s ox blood, faux leather, thigh-high boots versus Athiya Shetty’s moody crop top and skirt combo. Femina and Cosmopolitan couldn’t be any different in terms of mood and appeal. Even the content is poles apart.

Sonam Kapoor was on two magazine covers this month – Hi Blitz and Grazia. While on the Grazia cover she went with clean and nude make-up, we think the Hi Blitz cover did her more justice. The 11th Anniversary special of Hi Blitz sure captured the celebratory, royal look. 

Hello and Cine Blitz were in stark contrast as well. Salman looked cool in a brown leather jacket, while Anil Kapoor graced the Hello cover along with his two lovely daughters, Sonam and Rhea in an absolutely regal avatar. 

Sushant Singh Rajput bagged two covers, too. He was seen sporting two highly different looks for MW and Filmfare – the sauve, dashing gentleman and the rugged, shirtless rockstar, respectively. 

Ranveer Singh was on the cover of Stardust and the magazine seemed to be playing along the star’s quirky style quotient. Blue jacket with a matching hat and an interesting mitten sure caught our eye. But, the show-stealer was obviously the Badshah. King Khan graced Vogue for his 50th birthday, and seemed to be taking the adage ‘naughty at forty’ further to fifty!   

We won’t ask you which one was your favorite. It was obviously SRK’s Naughty November cover that ruled!