Padmavati's Exotic Jewellery Mystery Decoded, Watch The Magnificent Making Video Here!

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| October 13 , 2017 , 12:52 IST

Bringing the life to regal figures on screen is not an easy task. Apart from lots and lots of research, the hard work on the artists' part for getting into the skin of such historic characters is appreciated but the admirers often forget that it is not just the actors' but the entire team's effort which makes a film possible.

This year's most anticipated film, 'Padmavati' is one of those movies which is not just financially but aesthetically also, the grandest project of Bollywood. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum opus has a magnificent vision which needed backing of a team of experts to transfer it onto the screen which he got.

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The period drama is majorly in news for the larger than life canvas and heavy yet elegant jewellery pieces which the leading lady Deepika Padukone is seen donning in the film's promo. Viewers were mesmerised by the magnificent kundan and meenakari work on the precious gold bijouterie.

Though, many didn't know that for creating enthralling pieces, it took more than 200 craftsmen who spent over 600 days to mould the 400 kgs of gold for creating the enchanting jewellery which resembled the stature of Chittore's kingdom in the fourteenth century. Despite not having much-recorded material, the jewellery team created the pieces which suited the personality of Rani Padmavati.

In a recent video uploaded on the official Twitter handle of 'Padmavati', the hard work that a team of craftsmen has put into the making of the glorifying jewellery pieces was captured. The story of 'Padmavati' symbolises the Rajput womanhood and to bring that to life was a task which the team has achieved with their determination.

'Padmavati' revolves around the story of queen Padmini of Chittore, her husband Rawal Ratan Singh and the adversities they face while fighting the tyrant ruler Alauddin Khilji. The film is slated to hit the theatres on December 1.

Watch the video here: