Movember: Men in Moustaches are IN!

Movember has officially kicked in and it is not new that this month is dedicated to improving men's health and spreading awareness about the various illnesses men suffer from.

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Movember has officially kicked in and it is not new that this month is dedicated to improving men's health and spreading awareness about the various illnesses men suffer from. As a means of spreading this understanding, November is pronounced a no-shave month where men grow their moustaches. I guess Movember will now need an innovative form of spreading awareness, because moustaches are now an epitome of hotness and enchantment for men. These styles are not restricted to Movember, but adorned by men throughout the year! And when we say men, we obviously cannot leave our sexy hunks from Bollywood behind, can we? Here's BollyCurry presenting to you, our Movember Special Edition of Bollywood Men whose moustaches have attracted the attention of millions.

Khan was one of the first few Bollywood actors to sport a moustache in his movies. He has always had the personality, but the moustache definitely played a great role in making Khan look younger and dapper! From Dabangg (2010) to Sultan (2016), Khan sported moustaches to match his characters. The former movie gave Khan a thin and clean pencil moustache, whereas the latter gave him the Haryanvi natural touch that worked wonders for his role of a wrestler. These looks were not only appreciated by viewers, but also followed on by his diehard fans.

The underdog of Bollywood shone to stardom after a long journey of struggle. He is known for playing various supporting roles in movies that were both critically and commercially successful. It is interesting to follow his pattern of looks, only to realize that Siddiqui does not maintain a standard look. He enjoys getting new looks for every movie he does. One of his short yet memorable roles was the one of an Intelligence Bureau officer, played in the movie Kahaani (2012). Siddiqui donned a nice and straight-cut pencil moustache which went well with his face-cut and character of a ruthless officer.

Kumar's remarkable performances in all his films, somewhat have a connection with him donning a moustache. Rowdy Rathore (2012) gave Kumar a thick moustache and an even thicker box office collection; but what gave him the priceless look was him rolling his moustache in style, and with pride! The common pencil moustache that he sported in Baby (2015) definitely went well his crew cut and looked good on him for a change. The last, left for the best, is Kumar's look in his latest flick, Rustom (2016). The English moustache style was the kind that was popular during the mid-90s; the era in which Rustom was shot. This look was undoubtedly his best, which made him look sharp and complimented his personality of a senior Naval officer.

Only a handful of actors are brave enough to take up roles with moustaches and look good in them. Akhtar looked brilliant in the role of an anti-terrorism officer in the movie Wazir (2016), where he kept a natural cum walrus moustache. Despite being young, he looked mature in the moustache, which helped him maintain a serious personality in the movie. We say it is always great to move outside the box and try styles that you have not done before. So well done to you, Akhtar!

If you have not watched Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram - Leela (2013) for the looks and love of this sexy Singh, then what have you been doing? Singh was seen in a complete heavy look for this movie, with an imperial moustache and a full beard. The main form of attraction towards him for his look was found offscreen, where he shaped the beard thin and stayed on with the imperial moustache. Ah! What a sight and what a man! He was also seen sporting the handlebar moustache for his role of an Emperor in the movie Bajirao Mastani (2015). The curvy edges of the moustache suited Singh and the traditional Indian look of no-beard-only-moustache made him look exceptional! Singh is indubitably the brand ambassador and an embodiment of perfection for men with moustaches.
There have been many other Bollywood actors who have sported the moustache both on and offscreen. We think we covered the sexiest-looking of them all, do you concur? If yes, hit a like, if not, hit a comment and tell us why! Until next time, here's a tip: to the men, it's Movember; don't shave! To the women, it's Movember! Keep staring at the men who don't shave.

Author: Sonia R.
Editors: Shreya S. and Mohini N.
Graphics: Rifah K.

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