The year 2015 was not just about brilliant performances and box-office hit blockbusters but also about some sizzling chemistry on-screen. While some of the couples shared the screen space for the first time, others just swayed away the viewers with their incredible rapport in films. The eventful year did see its share of disappointments but also ended up surprising us. Some of these duos looked so good together that they ended up giving their fans some serious relationship goals. In the third edition of IBNLive Movie Awards, we select nominees in various popular categories and allow our readers decide the outcome. Take our poll to vote and choose your the Best Costume Design winner of 2015.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's epic love story which featured Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra in key roles was definitely high on scale and grandeur too. Fashion designer Anju Modi, who had designed costumes in ‘Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela’ was also roped in for ‘Bajirao Mastani’. While Priyanka was seen wearing saris in Maharashtrian style, Deepika’s layered outfits, angrakha jackets, sharara, and lehengas were simply beautiful. Ranveer had to wear angrakhas, jaamas and dhotis.
The extensive research that Rama Rajamouli and Prashanthi did in creating amazing outfits for ‘Baahubali’ stars coudn’t be ignored. While Tamannah Bhatia was seen in earthy colours, Ramya sported traditional south Indian outfits, Anushka Shetyy was seen in soiled clothes. But the attention to detail was impressive.
National Award winning costume designer Niharika Khan was quite impressive in changing style as 'Bombay Velvet' spanned different decades- 40s, 50s and 60s. Every bit from – Anushka’s glamorous outfits without being showy, Ranveer’s double-breasted suits, waistcoats, jackets were amazing.
The entire team of ‘Piku’ was so much in love with Deepika Padukone’s look in the film that they has launched a collection of dresses, made on the lines of her character. But costume designer Veera Kapur deserves to be applauded for keeping the look for the characters so real.
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
Sonam Kapoor looked flawless in the interesting mix of traditional outfits in ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’. Sonam’s ensembles were specially created by acclaimed designer Anamika Khanna. Needless to say, her desi style was just so apt!