Deepika Padukone Seeks Variety In Hairstyle
Previously, we use to see Deepika Padukone often flaunting her long tresses on screen but shortly she seems to be trimming hairs for shorter hairstyle that aptly gives a trendy image.
Deepika has bounced back with a refreshing look in her short tresses in ' Karthik Calling Karthik' and for few more films. She finds her shorts tresses to be manageable at all times, she states, “I love how I can just wash and dry my hair and I’m ready to go. Earlier, it would take ages to set.”
Moreover, she states her new experiment on her tresses is an outlet to showcase herself more often in varied look. It was in 'Karthik Calling Karthik 'where she first made experiments with her hair, she states, “It wasn’t a conscious decision to take up different kinds of films. I’m just lucky that people think I can fit into various roles. There were several occasions, where I came in to shoot and the director, Vijay Lalwani, told me to shoot in my own clothes because he felt that they went perfectly with her character.”
In 'Karthik Calling Karthik,' she plays as an independent architect and of a go-getter type where Deepika recalls that she use to more often involved with the character play than with her attires. On the other hand, she had lesser time to make change for her costumes in the sets.
The beaming actress states, “The thing that I liked best about Shonali’s style is that her clothes brightened up the entire office. It was an office where everyone including Farhan (Akhtar) was dressed in shades of black and grey. And it was only Shonali, who would come in a bright red dress or green top.”
It is heard that she will be sporting in a glamorous look in ‘Housefull’, a traditional Bengali outlook in a period film of Ashutosh Gowarikar’s ‘Khele Hum Jee Jaan Se’, a grimy look in Pradeep Sarkar’s 'Lafange Parinde' and in her favorite casual outlook in ‘Break Ke Baad’.
For her appearance in Ashutosh Gowarikar’s periodic film ‘Khele Hum Jee Jaan Se’ Deepika is often clad in a white and red sari with lesser tone of make-up, she states, “Here, I wear the attire of a typical Bengali woman of the1930s—a white and red sari, very little make-up, a small red bindi and some jewellery.”
It will be nice to see you in different looks, which is a rare sight on screen.