Hours after Katrina Kaif posted the photo, Shahid Kapoor, too shared a picture of himself donning a strikingly similar outfit and took a jibe at the outfits.

Gone are the days when there would be similarities only between two actresses’ outfits. Times have changed and with a very thin line between men and women fashion, Shahid Kapoor and Katrina Kaif just rocked a similar black and white pantsuit and Shahid had a funny take on it. With the world of fashion becoming more and more inclusive and experimental with each passing day, the line which defines gender-specific trends has blurred. And the latest fashion faceoff between Shahid and Katrina proves it.

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Goa आज press event 🌸

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On Friday, Katrina Kaif posted a photo on Instagram in which she can be seen looking her usual fabulous self dressed in a white pantsuit with black stripes. Later, Shahid Kapoor too shared a picture of himself donning a strikingly similar outfit.

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Thanks for the outfit @katrinakaif 😱#kabirsingh

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Shahid Kapoor took a jibe at the outfit he thanked Katrina for lending him her outfit, and wrote, “Thanks for the outfit Katrina Kaif.”

Isn’t that hilarious or would we want to see them together in a film?

With the world becoming a smaller place with each passing day, outfits get repeated from time to time. While it is nothing new for two B-Town leading ladies or leading men to stumble upon similar clothes, it’s definitely rare to see a female and a male actor donning a similar outfit.

On the professional front, Katrina Kaif is basking in the success of her latest release, Bharat. The actress is being lauded for her exceptional Hindi diction. While Shahid Kapoor awaits the release of South film, Arjun Reddy’s remake, Kabir Singh with Kiara Advani. Here, the actor too is garnering praises for his acting skills.


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