This Is What Happens To The Costumes Worn By Our B-Town Stars In The Movies

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This Is What Happens To The Costumes Worn By Our B-Town Stars In The Movies
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Be it Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's glitzy lehenga in 'Kajra re' song from the movie 'Bunty Aur Babli' or Sonam Kapoor's awe-stricken dresses that she wore in the flick 'Aisha' or Katrina Kaif's 'Silver shimmery dress' that she donned in the song 'Zara Zara Touch me' from movie 'Race', almost every impeccably designed outfit that our actresses wear in the movies manages to steal our hearts in no time. 

Well, for all unknowns, the famous filmmakers spend a huge fortune on the stylish clothes of our actors so as to amplify the overall effect in the movies. And somehow the celebs' outfits become a new trend in the world of glamour.

But have you ever thought that what happens to all the outfits worn by our stars once the movie is over? Not yet? So, here, WittyFeed brings you all the possible answers. 

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The amazingly designed outfits of our Bollywood celebrities.

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We always look at our favourite stars to fashion our wardrobe. Be it Deepika Padukone's 'Chaand Bali' that she wore for her role of Leela in 'Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela' or her golden Anarkali attire that she wore in the movie 'Bajirao Mastani', everything about those trendsetters makes us turn towards them.

But what happens to those trendy dresses that out stars wear, after the film shooting ends? Are those dresses discarded? Here's the answer. 

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Well, the gracious clothes that are worn by actors on screen carry different futures with them.

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The clothes are put to various uses as per requirements.

Some clothes are dumped, some are locked up in production house's trunks, some are re-used for future films.

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Do you know Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's changed more than 100 costumes in the film Action Replayy?

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All were stored up in the end.

Moreover, do you remember Aish's famous lehnga from Kajra Re song? 

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It was reused by a background dancer in Band Baaja Baaraat in 2010.

The celebrity stylist for Yash Raj films, Ayesha Khanna said,

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"At Yash Raj, all the costumes are stacked in petis (trunks). Each peti is labelled so that you know exactly for which film the lead stars, supporting cast and the extras wore the clothes. Later, for another film, things get mixed and matched."

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So, we can say that most of the outfits are stored for the purpose of reuse.

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What is noteworthy is that the clothes are reused by turning them into new combinations so that viewers don't know them.

Another way is auctioning of clothes.

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Yes, many clothes are auctioned for charity. Take the instance of Rajinikanth and Aishwarya's clothes from the movie Robot. Most of their clothes were auctioned online to raise funds for an NGO.

Like, you remember Salman Khan's towel from the song Jeene Ke Hai Chaar Din?

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It was also auctioned by filmmakers for ₹1,42,000 for the purpose of charity.

Now we hope you might have got your answer.

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It would have been dream come true for all of us, if we could buy and use our favourite stars' clothes. 

For now, that's not happening. Let's live in reality and keep on hunting the cutouts of the stars' dresses from which we can take clue to design outfits for ourselves.


Read also: Never-seen-before pictures of B-town actresses in their make-up rooms

There are also times when the actors or designers take few outfits with them.

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If an actor or actress likes the outfit, it goes with him or her without any questions asked. And if any famous or renowned celebrity designer is hired to take care of stars' styling department then the outfits go with that designer.

However, all the expenses of the outfits are incurred by the production house of the film.

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