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#STYLE GUIDE - Dress up like Deewani Mastani with Meena Bazaar !

Inspiration behind the Collection....

‘Bajirao Mastani’s just released  Deewani Mastani is already leaving the audience amazed with its beautiful set and melody, but what’s more enchanting to the eyes is Deepika Padukone’s outfit.

Deepika Padukone has been dressed in floor-skimming anarkalis and angrakhas paired with Farshi pajamas. “There was a lot of layering in Deepika’s outfits,” . The Polki jewellery was also sourced to match her background. Interestingly, the Peshwa ladies wore rich silk saris and a lot of jewellery in the earlier time . While the collection was in the designed process weavers were put together and were made to make lighter silk saris even though they were nine yards in length. It included light Chanderis, Maheshwaris and mul-mul fabrics in the other ensembles.

Dressing up Bajirao was no less challenging, admits the designer. It wasn’t just a royal look comprising angrakhas, jaamas and dhotis. There was the headgear as well  for the war scenes.

Deepika Padukone has been dressed in floor-skimming anarkalis and angrakhas paired with Farshi pajamas. “There was a lot of layering in Deepika’s outfits,” says the designer, who chose to work with diaphanous and fluid fabrics for Mastani’s outfits. The polki jewellery was also sourced to match her background. Interestingly, while Anju Modi realised that the Peshwa ladies wore rich silk saris and a lot of jewellery, she needed to work on the silhouettes and lighter fabrics onscreen. “If we made Priyanka wear the nine yards of heavy silk, she would have looked huge on screen. So, I got my weavers to put together lighter silk saris even though they were nine yards in length. I included light Chanderis, Maheshwaris and mul-mul fabrics in the other ensembles,” says Modi.

Dressing up Bajirao was no less challenging, admits the designer. “It wasn’t just a royal look comprising angrakhas, jaamas and dhotis. There was the headgear as well  for the war scenes,” she says.

Filming for the ‘Rangoli’ song that features Priyanka Chopra, Anju Modi realised that she needed to create multiple sets of the same outfit. “We had to create as many as six changes of the sari for the re-takes. Ditto for the outfits in the war scenes that would need a change due to the heat and dust. I ended up making as many as 300 outfits for the film,”  says Modi.

- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/entertainment-others/dressing-up-the-marathas/#sthash.tWk7lVO0.dpuf

Deepika Padukone has been dressed in floor-skimming anarkalis and angrakhas paired with Farshi pajamas. “There was a lot of layering in Deepika’s outfits,” says the designer, who chose to work with diaphanous and fluid fabrics for Mastani’s outfits. The polki jewellery was also sourced to match her background. Interestingly, while Anju Modi realised that the Peshwa ladies wore rich silk saris and a lot of jewellery, she needed to work on the silhouettes and lighter fabrics onscreen. “If we made Priyanka wear the nine yards of heavy silk, she would have looked huge on screen. So, I got my weavers to put together lighter silk saris even though they were nine yards in length. I included light Chanderis, Maheshwaris and mul-mul fabrics in the other ensembles,” says Modi.

Dressing up Bajirao was no less challenging, admits the designer. “It wasn’t just a royal look comprising angrakhas, jaamas and dhotis. There was the headgear as well  for the war scenes,” she says.

Filming for the ‘Rangoli’ song that features Priyanka Chopra, Anju Modi realised that she needed to create multiple sets of the same outfit. “We had to create as many as six changes of the sari for the re-takes. Ditto for the outfits in the war scenes that would need a change due to the heat and dust. I ended up making as many as 300 outfits for the film,”  says Modi.

- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/entertainment-others/dressing-up-the-marathas/#sthash.tWk7lVO0.dpuf

 

Pink Traditional Saree 

Shop this The Pink traditional sari from Meena Bazaar which highlights this opulent Deepika's look. Deepika’s golden anarkali had a lot of layers and she has managed to carry it very gracefully. Drape this pink traditional sari and get the royal feel and which is bound to get you tons of compliments this wedding season .

Marathi Mulgi Saree

With Bajirao Mastani’s latest song, Pinga, creating waves in the media, the beautiful Marathi mulgi is back under the spotlight. Known for grace, sensuality and charm, the Maharashtrian avatar is one of the most loved by Bollywood.We round up pretty mulgis of Maharashtra from the land of B-Town. Shop this sari with Meena Bazaar.

P.S - -Don't forget to watch how to drape a Marathi Mulgi Sari.

Mint Net exquisite saree 

Despite of being a muted pastel shade, this outfit looked absolutely ravishing. Paired with elaborate kundan necklace and maang tikka & nath consisting of pearls and rubies, the whole look was praiseworthy. The Mint Net exquisite saree  from Meena Bazaar can be the perfect pick for your next evening sarei

Jewellery

Her look in the first song of Bajirao Mastani…definitely gets brownie points as it beautifully reflects her heritage with intense influences of Hyderabadi Nizam.

You can see the princess in golden anarkali and angrakhas paired with farshi pajamas that add even more to the layering on her complete look. Also, a statement piece gorgeously placed on her head. Pheww! 

Adorn similar outfits from Meena Bazaar as you step out to spend some quality time with your friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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