Shraddha Kapoor’s promotional outfits for Street Dancer 3D have been a good amalgamation of all that’s chic, trendy and fun.
From thigh-high boots, bodycon dresses, coats to long skirts, Shraddha has been pretty experimental. Her stylists Tanya Ghavri, Shraddha Naik and Nikita Menon decode her fashionable looks for promotions of the film.
Speaking to SpotboyE.com, Tanya says, “Shraddha is a very experimental girl, also highly trusting, so she really lets professionals really take over, whether it’s hair, make-up or clothes. She wanted to have fun with her looks during promotions and she didn’t want to maintain a particular theme. So, she said let’s not take a certain vibe or theme seriously, let’s have fun and let’s make it really chic. So if you see the promotions we haven’t followed one definite path.”
Next, we wanted to know what’s the one thing that inspired her to give that eye makeup for Shraddha in the film, “That came from her and her make-up artist in the film, all the credit for that goes to both of them!”
Shraddha Naik says, "When Remo sir briefed us about her character, he was very specific that Inayat has beautiful eyes and that they should be high-lighted. Shraddha has beautiful brown almond-shaped eyes already which I just wanted to do something in a way that it looks defined, yet her character could wear it everyday! This eyeliner was a softer version of an Arabic liner, given the character background that Shraddha was playing, we thought it would look great, which we ended up calling it ‘THE INAYAT LINER’ for fun!"
Nikita Menon added, "Shraddha’s character Inayat in Street Dancer 3D is a confident, modern young dancer. I wanted her hair to look effortless yet stylish and edgy of course, apart from the stage performances where we went all out. And to be honest, Shraddha is so stunning that anything we do on her looks good."
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