Deepika’s costume in ‘Ram Leela’ attracts sartorialists

A rich green lehenga – the traditional lower wear of Indian women, sported by the 27-year-old Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone, in forthcoming Hindi film ‘Ram Leela’ has garnered huge interest from the entire Indian fashion industry.

The much talked about costume featured in the first promotional look of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s movie has been designed by the famous Indian couturier Anju Modi.

The 30 kilograms heavy lehenga, donned by the model-turned-actress in the promo, is sumptuously detailed with intricate embroidery from Kutch’s royal lineage along with a dash of contemporary elements carefully thrown in.Read more
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