Take a look at the actors who went one step ahead to make themselves look true to their character:
Shraddha Kapoor In The Queen Of Mumbai Haseena
In order to step into the shoes of Haseena Parkar in her upcoming film of the same name, Shradhha Kapoor used facial prosthetics. She wore them even while dubbing the film so that her voice could sound heavier. As per the instructions of director Apoorva Lakhia, she even gained weight but ultimately had to use body-suits to look fuller.
Rajkummar Rao In Raabta
Rajkummar Rao had stunned us with his avatar in Raabta. The actor played the role of a 324-year-old man in the film. To get into the skin of the character, Rajkumaar spent 5-6 hours in the make-up chair, getting layers added to his face.
Rishi Kapoor In Kapoor And Sons
The senior actor played the role of a grandfather in the Sidharth Malhotra-Alia Bhatt-Fawad Khan starrer Kapoor & Sons. The senior actor would spend 5 hours in the make-up chair for the film to get his look right.
Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan had a double role in Fan and to play Gaurav Chanana, the superstar had to use prosthetics. SRK changed his jaw line and cheekbones for the film. Besides using VFX, 3-time Academy Award-winning make-up artist Greg Cannom was roped in to give this distinct look to the superstar.
Amitabh Bachchan In Paa
We all remember the adorable kid Auro from Paa, who melted the hearts of the audiences with his antics. Amitabh Bachchan used facial prosthetics to play a 12 –year- old boy suffering from a rare disease called progeria.
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