#DhanterasSpecial! Here is how television actresses dressed in gold for their on-screen roles
#DhanterasSpecial! Here is how television actresses dressed in gold for their on-screen roles

Some TV actresses have been required to wear elaborate costumes and jewellery in their shows, even though they might prefer to wear little jewellery in real life. On the screen, it might appear to be simple, but it takes a lot of work. We discussed their blingy looks with them on Dhanteras.

Rupal Patel, who plays Kokilaben Modi in Saath Nibhaana Saathiya, recalls how the show's viewers were very interested in her ornaments and bulky saris. "In real life, I never wear jewellery, not even earrings," she claims. I found myself suddenly donning massive gold neckpieces, long, heavy earrings, maang teekas, and gold bracelets for Saathiya. I am aware that Kokila used to sleep with a lot of jewellery, and it was strange. Rupal also describes how she grew accustomed to donning such ornaments even when they took a brief break.

Pranali Rathod, an actress, recently appeared in the wedding scene of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai wearing a lavishly embellished lehenga with a red base and ornate jewellery. "It was not easy, especially in an outdoor setting in Rajasthan," she claims. But because it was one of the biggest weddings ever broadcast on Indian television, our wedding sequence was a very exciting track for viewers. People's expectations were met.

Pooja Sharma, who portrayed Draupadi in Siddharth Kumar Tewary's Mahabharat and then Goddess Parvati and Kali in Mahakali, recalls: "When I played Goddess Parvati and then Kali in the show, I had a two-kilo crown on my head. Since you are filming in sweltering conditions without air conditioning, it is difficult to wear jewellery and bulky costumes. Even though I was wearing a tonne of gold jewellery while playing Draupadi in Mahabharat, it felt like quite a chore.

A few years ago, Paridhi Sharma, who played Jodha in Jodha Akbar, talked about the time when she wore bulky gold jewellery. "We used to wear such enormous neckpieces that would reach all the way down to the waist band, and at one point, I even developed an allergy to them," she says. But now that I stop to consider it, I see that getting the role of Jodha was one of the best opportunities I ever had. When I used to get dressed, it used to take me two hours, but the result was that viewers were treated to a beautiful sight.

The actress Madirakshi Mundle, who recently played Goddess Parvati in Vignaharta Ganesh and previously wore stunning ancestral jewellery in her show Siya Ke Ram, explains, "The grand bejewelled look was necessary. In fact, I enjoyed getting ready while we were filming. There would be several takes, but in the end, my audiences loved the look, so it was worthwhile.

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