12th Dec

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo: Style Guide

The style guide of PRDP is full of royal clothing which is to justify the role of Salman Khan as a king. In this one, there are two Salmans, one of whom is Prem Dilwala, a Ram devout from Ayodhya. Prem, the funny guy with a beatific smile and a big heart, ends up becoming not just a stand-in for Vijay Singh but also the relationship counsellor to the royal family from Pritampur. The other one is a moustachioed Maharaj aka Vijay Singh, who has absolutely no personality to speak of. The style of Salman Khan in the movie is not what I suggest you to follow, except for a few formal clothing and one casual look. The costumes would be more suitable for marriage ceremonies considering the use of Indo Western Menswear. Even if you are a die hard fan of Salman I would recommend you to wait for another movie because the style in this movie is just not good enough.

This guide is just for referential purpose, it has only images and description of some look.

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Dhoti Sherwani


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Indo Western Designer Men’s wear

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Casual Shirt and Waistcoat

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Kurta and Gamucha, Gamucha (also gamocha, gamchcha, gamcha) is a thin, coarse, traditional cotton towel found in India and Bangladesh that is used to dry the body after bathing or wiping sweat. Gamucha is the local term for a sweat towel. It is often just worn on one side of the shoulder. However its appearance varies from region to region. Gamucha has been traditionally worn as scarf by male folks of Orissa which was mentioned in Oriya Mahabharata by Sarala Dasa. Male villagers wear it as dhoti.

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Regular Shirt with Stole for men

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