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#SlowMotionMein: Disha Patani had to change her golden ensemble to match Salman Khan’s white suit, reveals Ashley Rebello

SlowMotionMein Disha Patani had to change her golden ensemble to
SlowMotionMein Disha Patani had to change her golden ensemble to

#SlowMotionMein: Disha Patani had to change her golden ensemble to match Salman Khan’s white swimsuit, reveals Ashley Rebello | Wireler

Slow Motion Mein, the primary monitor from Ali Abbas Zafar’s Bharat, can be releasing tomorrow however the makers provided us a brief glimpse by unveiling the teaser at this time. We caught a number of partial views of this tune within the trailer and the teaser is an extension of the identical. Salman Khan appears dapper in a white studded jacket as he performs a motorcycle stunt whereas Disha stuns in a yellow chiffon saree with a contemporary drape. To know extra about what went into styling Disha and Salman for this tune, BollywoodLife obtained in contact with ace dressmaker, Ashley Rebello, who labored on their costumes.

First up, talking about designing the costumes for Disha, Ashley stated, “The reference point given to us was one of the Russian circuses. I made a couple of sketches and showed them to Ali (director). We made one sample of it in a golden colour.” However, the designer and his workforce determined to change the color.

“Later, we thought silver would look much better since Salman Khan was wearing white. So, then we changed it to silver and Disha looked smashing in it. She has a great body and carried her clothes fabulously well. She looks very pretty and stylish,” he added. When inquired if styling Disha was tough, Ashley stated, “No, not at all! She was completely into the character. She told us to do what looks best and what works best for the film. I did all the packaging- the embroidered clothes, the hair, makeup, the stockings, that clip on her hair– everything was made according to the given era.”

Coming to Salman Khan, the designer added it was a tough course of as he had to model everybody’s garments and never simply the Dabangg actor’s. “We had one person on board- she did all the research for us. I was on the sets of Bharat everyday and it was really very taxing. Sometimes, we had 3000 people to dress up. To get the look and feel right, meant a lot of hard work. My team was excellent and all of them came out with flying colours.” Concluding the chat with us, Ashley added that Salman Khan was in sync with Ali Abbas Zafar and was dressed in accordance to the director’s imaginative and prescient.


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