Ujda Chaman is the story of a young bachelor and a Hindi lecturer, born in a typical West Delhi Punjabi family suffering from Alopecia, who is in search of a bride. The script unfolds when an astrologer gives Chaman Kohli, the lead of the film, a deadline to find a bride or stay unmarried forever. This story is about his struggles of facing several rejections as a groom because of his receding hairline which is a common issue these days and is given a comedy angle to address the topic. The movie is directed by Abhishek Pathak and produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak and Abhishek Pathak under the banner of Panorama Studios and it’s a spin-off on a Kannada movie named Ondu Motteya Kathe released in 2017.
Fresh from the super success of Housefull 4 and appreciation for her work for Ujda Chaman, ace makeup, hair and prosthetic character designer Preetisheel Singh is basking in the glory of critical acclaim for her latest film Bala… or should we say, for having constructed Ayushmann Khurrana’s shining baldpate.
Here’s how a prosthetic artist creates and executes a look with the help of SFX makeup. Gone are the days when Bollywood could show a human transform into a werewolf with a simple mask used in the sequence.
Preetisheel Singh is a famous make-up artist of the Bollywood industry. Specializing in prosthetic make-up, she gave us proof of her exquisite work in films such as Bajiroa Mastani, Haider, and Brothers.
In recent years Bollywood has presented us with characters that evoked different emotions in us. If Amitabh Bhachan and Rishi Kapoor made us laugh and adore them with their cuteness in 102 not out, Ranveer Singh scared us to the core with his looks as Alauddin Khilji.