Designing a perfect costume for the character is just as impactful as a delivering a punch line dialogue

Most memorable characters that are portrayed on celluloid grabs our attention through its larger than life persona, punch line dialogues which steers a rush of adrenaline or melts us with goosebumps, or it’s just the devious look and style! But one important feature that subtly is there yet seamlessly merges into the character’s palette is the costume – a perfectly designed costume just makes the character that much more relatable and real on screen. 

Eka Lakhani is one such prominent name making her mark with some amazing costume designing work Bollywood films like Sanju, NH10, Ok Jaanu, Soorma, and The Sky is Pink. She also has done South Indian films like Urumi, Ok Kanmani, Kaatru Veliyidai, Iru Mugan and 24. She has also worked with popular film directors like Mani Ratnam, Raju Hirani and Karan Johar, to name a few.

Fashion enthusiasts who aim to explore the world of costume designing, especially in Bollywood can learn the nuances of the craft as Eka shares her insights through a master class on on how to understand the difference between fashion design and costume design, the process of preparing costumes for a film, finding resonance of the character and the costume via script reading and characterization. She will also talk about how to preparing the budget of a film costume and presenting the look to the director and actors right upto the first shoot and also maintenance of the costume during and post-shoot

The details of her session is in the link:

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