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Richa Chadha uses mother's accessories for new film
July 02, 2014 , 1 : 51 pm GST
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Actress Richa Chadha has borrowed accessories from her mother to get the right look for her upcoming period biopic 'Main aur Charles'.
The 'Fukrey' actress, who has a busy year ahead, will be playing the leading lady opposite Randeep Hooda in the film about Charles Sobhraj.
"'Main Aur Charles' is a film set in 1986, and my look in the film depicts that era.
"Considering I had no reference point on the styling I reached out to mom. She helped me with some ideas, and her accessories, I was slightly clueless about how students dressed back then as well; but the style of Salwar Kameez, and long skirts were suggested by mom itself. I also used a pair of her vintage earrings from back in the day," Richa said in a statement.
The film, directed by Prawaal Raman, has been in the news off late for its setting in the 70's and 80's era.
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