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Raees look: Not one but three different styles for Shah Rukh Khan

Bollywood's badshah Shah Rukh Khan is ready for his much-awaited 'Raees' and the fans can't wait anymore. The Rahul Dholakia film is ready to hit the screens on January 25, 2017.

Raees look: Not one but three different styles for Shah Rukh Khan
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New Delhi: Bollywood's badshah Shah Rukh Khan is ready for his much-awaited 'Raees' and the fans can't wait anymore. The Rahul Dholakia film is ready to hit the screens on January 25, 2017.

After the trailer of 'Raees' was released, the internet has gone viral with congratulatory messages to king Khan for his brilliant and unique on-screen presence. One thing which has become the talk of the town after the trailer came out is the look of the superstar in the film.

Be it the way he is dressed up in Khan suit or the Kohl-eyed, spectacled SRK, fans are mighty impressed. Costume designer Sheetal Sharma, who has done the look for Shah Rukh Khan for his film Raees says that the superstar will be seen in three different looks in the film.

"The story of the film starts from a normal boy from small town to becoming a big person so you all will see that transformation in his looks. 

"There are three different phases of his life and we had to gradually show the progression so basically he has three different looks in the film," Sharma told IANS.

Set in 1980s Gujarat, "Raees" tells the story of a bootlegger whose business is thwarted by a tough policeman. The film is produced by Excel Entertainment and Red Chillies Entertainment.

"It's always a pleasure to work with Shah Rukh because he is so open for experimenting with his looks. He came up with some wonderful suggestions during trials and he tries to make the character as real as possible," she said.

Talking more about his look, she said: "It's a typical 80's style look with big collars. Everything will have pastel colours and slowly moving to dark colours. We have kept the elegance intact but maintained that it shouldn't become overboard."

(With IANS inputs)

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