A Milan Luthria film, Baadshaho is a thriller set in the 1970s during a political emergency declared in the country. Starring Ajay Devgn, Ileana D’Cruz, Emraan Hashmi, Vidyut Jamwal, Esha Gupta and Sanjay Mishra, all playing pivotal roles do justice to their respective characters.
The story goes around a Rajastjani princess, Gitanjali who has a lot of gold since the ancestral reign. A fellow politician is badly snubbed by the princess and so in order to take revenge confiscates all the gold and sends Gitanjali Devi to the prison. To get her gold back and help the poor in her village, she plots with her lieutenant, Ajay Devgn, Esha Gupta and Emraan Hashmi together snatch back the gold while it was being delivered to the politician in Delhi.
From Ileana taking power dressing next level, Vidyut Jamwal swaying it in plaid suits and blazers and Esha Gupta as the badass bombshell. We love the looks of each character in the movie.
Inspired from Zeenat Aman & Parveen Babi, Esha Gupta’s look is a result of intricately selected patterns & accessories from the 70s era!
Stylishly kicking butt in her classic bell bottom and crop top avatar! Watchout for Esha Gupta the tough lady with a gun!
A perfect blend of confidant modern and sophisticated traditional, Ileana nails the look, looking exceptionally beautiful in them all. The burgundy suit with matching diamond jewelry and statement bold lips with wavy hair was the highlight of all. Blazers and high waist pants, beautiful coloured sarees and heritage jewelry with natural makeup summed up the princess’ look.
Esha Gupta was seen as a badass bombshell in sprightly clothes, styled wavy hair and natural makeup as her look demanded. Fitted tops and plain coloured pants looked great on her form.
Vidyut Jamwal’s new avatar with side swiped wavy hair and moustache made him almost unrecognizable. He remained sharply dressed in plaid suits, and monochromatic colours of pants and blazers playing his role well indeed.
Ajay Devgan needless to say looked dashing in Indians and the other actors were dressed well according to their roles.
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Story by: Ashita Bhandari