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Posted at: Feb 11, 2019, 8:21 AM; last updated: Feb 11, 2019, 8:21 AM (IST)

For that sun-kissed look

Bhumi Pednekar had to put extensive make-up for Son Chiriya
For that sun-kissed look

Bhumi Pednekar is an actor who strives for perfectionism. For her next, Son Chiriya, Bhumi endured long hours of make-up sessions to look absolutely unrecognizable. A source close to Bhumi shares, “She wore a lot of make-up for the film to make her skin look sun burnt, weather beaten and pigmented. The idea was to get her tanned down three to four shades to make her resemble someone who works under the sun in the arid, hot, burnt Chambal valley. It was quite a process every single day for her to look the part.”

The source further adds, “Bhumi is an urban, cool girl next door. For her to constantly change herself so drastically for her roles is commendable. So, it’s no surprise that she is now playing a village girl from 1970s Chambal convincingly.”


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