The costuming, done by Arjun Bhasin, added a sense of glamor and magnetism to the show, while still keeping its relevance to the story. “Style dekha do!” literally translates to “Show me your style!” The costumes worn in this show are so different for each character, yet so elegant and jaw-dropping that it’s hard not to be enamored by every costume onstage. Costumes included all sorts of Indian garments, such as sarees, lehengas, lehenga cholis, salvar kameez, kurtis, lungis, churidars, anarkalis, gaghra cholis, and reshme langas.
Arjun at home, basically!
Below are some of the costumes I wore in the show, along with some pieces the rest of the cast wore! Unfortunately, the rest of my costumes (I have ten in total) could not be photographed because I had such quick changes in and out of them.