Playing Anjali again for Karan Johar, Kajol looked perfect as a girl from Delhi’s Chandni Chowk. Her Punjabi dialect was authentic and praiseworthy. This film is also a personal favorite of the actress, as she believes this film was a perfect canvas for her to play a romantic woman rather than a miniskirted, love-smitten nymphet. Through the film, she donned Indian attire and looked beautiful in sarees, lehengas and salwar-kameez. Her sarees in the song Suraj Hua Madham lent a rare sensitivity to the pair’s romance on screen. Kajol managed to pull off yet another girl-next-door look with refinement and panache.