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RED IS DEFINITELY EXPENSIVE! Be it a glass of wine, a FERRARI or hair color worth 55 LAKHS!

We often hear how Bollywood biggies spend tons and tons to make the set look jaw dropping. Not only this, from star’s heavy costumes to their tantrums, everything just feels worth when their films get thumbs from the critics or when their overall collection become talk of the town. Everyone in the film making, whoever it is a director or an actor, they all go into the minute details to make the film work. Shahrukh Khan’s body fitting outfit in Ra.One or Madhuri Dixit’s 30 kgs lehnga in Devdas. Both came in the news before their release just because of their outfits. And naturally it helps the film. After all, any promotion is a good promotion.

From Raveena Tandon to Deepika Padukone, b- town actresses never shied to take chances with their looks for the film. Now one more tinsel town girl has joined the brigade and has created buzz all over because of her look in the film. Though she never experimented much with her looks before and even in the award shows, we have always seen her with her straight black hair. That’s Katrina Kaif, one of the versatile and dedicated actress Bollywood industry have. Her dedication towards her work has gone to the whole new level. Presenting the red hair Firdaus in Fitoor. She is looking absolutely stunning in the movie. Do you know how much was spent on her red hair? Let’s talk about this. Resources have revealed 55 lacs were spent on Katrina Kaif’s hair. She used to travel abroad to take the right treatment for her hair every month. From her tickets to her stay in hotel, just her look cost the makers of the film 55 lacs. That’s quite an amount for a hair color and much more than what an average person even a film would spend on their hair in their entire lifetime, eh?

One more picture that has gone viral for the right reasons is of talented actor Randeep Hooda. He has also changed his look for his upcoming movie on Sarabjit. He lost 18 kgs in 28 days to get the right look for his role in Sarabjit, a biopic based on Indian death row prisoner.

We hope their experiments with their looks work well for them. Wishes 🙂

 

 

 

 

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