Did you know Deepika Padukone wore 14 gorgeous jewels in the song ‘Ek Dil Ek Jaan’ in Padmaavat! Read the exclusive deets RIGHT HERE!

The larger than life magnum opus, Padmaavat directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali starring an ensemble cast of Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh has everyone hooked, booked and how! Riddled with controversies, the movie is all set to release this week. Majestic and replete with an astounding sense of grandeur, Padmaavat has piqued everyone’s interests for a slew of reasons. For fashion enthusiasts, Padmaavat is a visual treat with a never-seen before extravaganza of traditional ensembles and jewellery amidst a brilliant splash of colours. The song, ‘Ek Dil EK Jaan’ explores the delicate nuances of the relationship between Raja Rawal Ratan essayed by Shahid Kapoor and his queen, Padmini played by Deepika Padukone. Visually magnificent, the song takes us back to the vintage era of royal courtyards and hallways. This soul stirring song shows Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor share a playful moment, celebrating the festival of colours, Holi. Sanjay Leela Bhansali has captured the essence of this relationship exquisitely and Deepika Padukone’s decked up avatar has us swooning over. The leading jewellery brand, Tanishq exclusively partnered with Padmaavat to craft some of the most sought-after jewellery pieces for the royal characters in the movie.

While everything about film Padmaavat is majestic just like the jewellery from Tanishq, about 200 artisans worked tirelessly over 12 months to create 1500 regal jewel pieces. Adorned with kundan and jadau work, these intricately crafted jewel pieces with the sheen of gold are quintessentially Indian, and perfect for all your ethnic ensembles. Here’s a closer look at Deepika Padukone’s resplendent look from ‘Ek Dil EK Jaan’s’ Holi sequence.

Donning a gold and beige lehenga, Deepika Padukone and her ethereal avatar are accentuated by the stunning jewellery featuring a maang tika, choker necklaces, bajubandh cum choker, oversized jhumkis, bangles, kadas, aadh, nose ring, haath phool.

Someone has quite rightly said that, “Your jewellery introduces you even before you speak.” The melange of exquisitely crafted jewellery of the Padmaavat x Tanishq collaboration is heirloom worthy and can elevate your ethnic looks in a jiffy!

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s penchant to render every frame grand and the characters even grander is well reflected in the songs and the trailer. Costumes and jewellery constitute the most integral component in any period film. Padmaavat is a testimony to acing the subtle art of supreme grandiose. The classical love ballad has been sung by Shivam Pathak, written by AM Turaz and composed by film’s director, Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

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