Bollywood celebrities have to go through a lot of hardship. To look perfect in a specific role in a film
demands though it looks natural when they dress up and dance around and sing along. When it comes to justify their roles and fulfill the film’s demands, Indian celebrities avatar looks fabulous at all times with enhancing their beauty and character but ‘no pain no gain’.
Vivek Oboroy in Krish 3:
When he transforms from a wheel chair to a avatar in a metallic costume it has been shown that the strange outfit weighed about 28 kgs.
Deepika Padukon in Ram Leela:
Deepika wore an elegant 30 kgs ghagra designed by Anju Modi.
Anushka Shawrma in Bombey Valvet:
Anushka’s grand entry on the stage, in a 35-kgs green sequin couture gown with flame like gold detailing designed by Niharika Bhasin Khan. Anushka apparently had to struggle a lot with the weight of the garment and needed some help getting around the sets. Although she did not have to dance in it, the outfit apparently took two-and-half hours to dress.
Aishwarya Rai in Jodha Akbar
Two hundred craftsmen worked for 600 days, moulded 400 kg of gold and precious and semi-precious stones to recreate jewelleries of Mughal era in Ashutosh Gowariker’s historical romance Jodha Akbar. Aishwarya wore a heavily embellished ghagra choli too.
Amitabh Bachchan in & as Shahenshah:
Amitabh Bachchan’s metal arm accessory originally weighed about more than 14 kilos. Big B would insist on wearing it in all the fight scenes in the movie as the body language changes with a lighter gear.
Sridevi in Roop Ki Rani,Chor Ka Raja:
Sridevi had worn a golden costume weighing 25 kgs designed by Neeta Lulla for the song Dushman Dil Ka Woh Hai. Sridevi had to wear it continuously for 15 days so the designers had to be mended every night because of the damaged caused due to vigorous dance routine.
Madhuri Dixit in Devdas:
Performed kathak in a heavy 30 kg lehenga for the song sequence Kaahe Chhed Mohe. On which our beautiful Madhuri Dixit said “Imagine doing Kathak in a ghaghra weighing 30 kg! Even when I stopped dancing, my ghaghra wouldn’t stop swirling. It was almost impossible to do the shot.”
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