1. Rani Padmavati from Padmaavat
The designer duo Rimple and Harpreet Narula were the costume designers behind creating Rani Padmavati‘s look for Deepika Padukone. From patchwork design to mixing ornate fabric to create the traditional look, the duo went all out to ace the aesthetics of that era.
2. Sehmaat from Raazi
Keeping true to the ’70s vibe, the costume designers of Raazi, Bhagyashree Dattatreya Rajurkar and Maxima Basu, went with the desi looks with motifs that were indigenous to northern India.
3. #Veeres from Veere Di Wedding
After a hiatus from costume designing, designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla were back in the scene, all thanks to the film, Veere Di Wedding. With this blockbuster starring not one but four female leads, the designers ensured that all the looks were on point, distinct from one another and in sync with the characters.
4. Parthavi from Dhadak
Manish Malhotra is known for his costume designing. So, when it came to Janhvi Kapoor‘s debut film, there was no doubt that it would be Manish who would be behind the reel life character of Parthavi.
5. Pari from Padman
Costume designer Theia Tekchandaney had an indigenous look planned for Sonam Kapoor that vibed with her character. The use of Indian fabrics and the brand Anavila played an important part in this.
6. Mukku from Kedarnath
Another debutant of the year, Sara Ali Khan, relied on the designer duo who is dear to her. Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla depicted the persona of the chulbuli desi girl to perfection.
7. Sanjay Dutt from Sanju
Now, usually we are on the lookout for the glam looks of the female leads, but because of the uncanny resemblance, Sanju had to be on the list. Costume designer, Eka Lakhani surely did a fabulous job with personifying Sanjay Dutt through Ranbir Kapoor. Sanju Baba FTW!