As the festive season approaches the wardrobes are all geared up to face the stock building going by the trend. The latest in this trend is Sivakarthikeyan’s REMO costumes. The young girls are eagerly searching for the skirt of ‘Marilyn Monroe’ aka ‘Nurse Sivakarthikeyan’ skirt. The creator behind these dazzling costumes is Anu Parthasarathy, the Costume designer of REMO.
The young girls are eagerly searching for the skirt of ‘Marilyn Monroe’ aka ‘Nurse Sivakarthikeyan’ skirt.
Costume designers help to paint each “frame” of the film. “A designer’s challenge is to realize the director’s vision and to bring that script (and that moment) to the screen…” starts Anu Parthasarathy in a brisk tone. “I am very much happy to see that our REMO is receiving huge positive response from the Audience…” she added.
“We can see Sivakarthikeyan in two characters… One is a new age modern guy and the other one is a beautiful nurse. Nurse character is my most favorite and it is quite a challenging for me…It is not that much easy to portray a man in woman profile, but with the support of my entire REMO team I did it…I have worked on minute details like buttons in the skirt and accessories like baby pearl pendent to portray in more realistic way…
Sivakarthikeyan is such a wonderful coordinating artist. He will sit patiently for hours, especially for the costume designing
Sivakarthikeyan is such a wonderful coordinating artist. He will sit patiently for hours, especially for the costume designing… Smiling in the tougher situation is the real beauty of Sivakarthikeyan. Keerthy Suresh is an absolute delight to work with. Her adaptability to any costume will take her to places beyond linguistic barriers. The Director Bakkiyaraj Kannan creates situations for every technician to excel and this is reflected in every frame. I would like to thank my Producer RD Raja sir, PC Sreeram sir and the amazing art director Muthuraj sir for their strong support…I am pretty sure that REMO will double the happiness and joy in festive holidays…” says and signs off Anu Parthasarathy, the Costume designer of REMO.