Alia Bhatt’s and Anushka Sharma’s fashion game has been on point through all their movie promotions this month! From chic tea-length dresses to smart layering, take a cue from these two divas on how to get your summer look ready!
Pic credits : Shilpa Shetty
There comes a time in every woman’s life where she comes of age and drapes her first saree. It’s nothing less than a milestone! However over the years, it has undergone a massive change. Not that it has lost its cult status in the world of Bollywood. We surely love traditional drapes, but with the advent of new age heroines the nine yards have surely experienced more than a few experimental silhouettes. So, here are some of the best celeb saree moments from 2018 that we just cannot get over!
Very well known in the acting circuit, the ever so talented and vivacious, Eisha Chopra is not an unrecognizable face on the internet anymore! Try searching for the best web series on the internet and out pops Eisha’s face with What The Folks?
With a theatre background, Eisha was a Delhi girl, who moved cities to pursue her dreams. She did a few ads before she bagged Neerja and then there was no turning back.
Today in conversation with her, we try and dig deep into her choice of fashion and how clothes play a major part in shaping her characters.
<strong>1. Your current obsession?</strong>
My white tie up cropped T shirt. It’s my most versatile piece of clothing so far. I’m a little afraid of getting sick of it.
<strong>2. There is a lot of research backing up the fact that, ’Clothes change the way you perform’. What are your thoughts on the same?</strong>
It’s definitely true for me. I usually get very involved in my costumes for a shoot, but it’s not from a vanity perspective. Initially, the wardrobe always helps you understand and visualize the character but as we go along a shoot, it becomes the mask that you play with. I have no problem looking as good or bad as I need to, if that’s the demand of the scene or the story as long as it’s ‘correct.’
<strong>3. Do you always depend on a stylist or give your outfits your own twist?</strong>
Most think I’m fibbing but so far, I’ve not used a stylist for any event, other than the shoots where the production houses have hired their own costume designers.