بھارتی ڈیزائنر کا دلکش انداز میں بےنظیر بھٹو کو خراج عقیدت

بھارتی ڈیزائنر کا دلکش انداز میں بےنظیر بھٹو کو خراج عقیدت

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بھارتی ڈیزائنر تورانی نے پاکستان کی سابق وزیراعظم بے نظیر بھٹو کی خوبصورت پیٹنگ بناکر خراج عقیدت پیش کیا ساتھ ہی ان سے اپنی محبت کا اظہار بھی کیا۔

تفصیلات کے مطابق بھارتی ڈیزائنر تورانی نے انسٹاگرام پر دنیا کی مشہور اور متاثر کن خواتین پر مبنی سیریز یوں ہوتا تو شروع کی

جس میں انہوں نے پاکستان کی سابق وزیراعظم بے نظیر بھٹو کی دلکشن پیٹنگ بناکر اپنی محبت کا اظہار کیا جبکہ پیٹنگ کیساتھ انکی اصل

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𝐘𝐮𝐧 𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐚 𝐭𝐨𝐡 | 𝐁𝐞𝐧𝐚𝐳𝐢𝐫 𝐁𝐡𝐮𝐭𝐭𝐨 𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐢 {Watercolor on paper 18.2 x 22.8 cm} — Most people can remember the exact moment they heard the news of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto’s death. You didn’t have to be a Pakistani to feel the blow. You didn’t have to be a woman to feel the pain. Her death rocked the world… And with over a decade to her passing, all sorts of tributes to her legacy have been made. Some paint her as a great leader, others as a brave and courageous woman. — Yet it is not the politics that her legacy is limited to. For me, she will be remembered for her unapologetic attitude to womanhood. It was Benazir’s acceptance being a woman, along with an elected leader that had many in a flux. In the 1980’s, at a time when hyper masculinity was the norm for women making into a man’s world, she took on politics on her own terms.. actualising the phrase – “women can have it all” by giving birth while also being the prime minister of Pakistan. — While there was much to get inspired by, her impeccable sense of style didn’t get unnoticed. A blazer style kurta with lapels & puffy shoulders were her staple, a scarf over her head at all times and the classic rose tinted cheeks. I’d never seen before a reserved sense of power and glamour in such close parallels. — On her: Nagma aari waraq kurta paired with a Mastani cheent odhani & chakora Jhallar shawl — Illustration: @rhythmapal_ #YuhHotaToh #BenazirBhutto #ToraniIndia

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آرٹسٹ نے لکھا کہ بے نظیر کی موت کی خبر پاکستان سمیت دنیا بھر میں انکے چاہنے والوں کیلئے ایک بڑا دھچکا تھا۔

وہ ایک عظیم لیڈر ہونے کے ساتھ ہی ایک بہادر خاتون بھی تھیں جنہوں نے اپنی قابلیت سے سیاست میں قدم رکھا اور کامیاب بھی ہوئی۔

تورانی نے کہا کہ بے نظیرکا ایک منفرد انداز تھا، بلیزر کرتا ، سر پر اسکارف اور مسکراتا گلابی چہرہ ، وہ خوبصورتی میں اپنی مثال آپ تھیں۔

بھارتی ڈیزائنر نے اپنی سیریز میں پاکستانی کلاسیکل غزل کی ملکہ فریدہ خانم کو بھی خراج عقیدت پیش کیا۔

 

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𝐘𝐮𝐧 𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐚 𝐭𝐨𝐡 | 𝐅𝐚𝐫𝐢𝐝𝐚 𝐊𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐮𝐦 𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐢 {Watercolor on paper 18.2 x 22.8 cm} — Almost 14-15 years ago, I saw “Monsoon Wedding” (a film by Mira Nair) in which there’s a scene with a car in the rain and an accompanying song called ‘Aaj Jaanay Ki Zid Na Karo’. The way the song was presented, its complexities, simplicity, intellect and beauty – every elision and level of the song. It felt like time and space became blurred and it’s the closest you come to with a spiritual experience of music. — I remember searching that rendition online for many hours (youtube wasn’t a rage then) and later found it at a cassette shop with some old classics by Farida Khanum. My intrigue with her ghazals began there, and later became a devotion still that lives on. — While she was a celebrated artist at her prime, the reason she continues to be a muse is because when she sings now, she does not hide the age in her voice. She wraps it in paisleys instead… and for a moment, holds it in both of her hands before drowning it in our sky. When she sings now, she knows… at the end of that note when her voice breaks like a wishbone.. you will stay. — On her: kastoori mrig gulabi dhaari sari Illustration: @rhythmapal_ Video: Monsoon wedding by Mira Nair #ToraniIndia #FareedaKhanum #YuhHotaToh

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سیریز یوں ہوتا تو میں تورانی نے برطانوی شہزادی لیڈی ڈیانا کو روایتی سندھی ٹوپی اور لباس میں دیکھایا جبکہ انکی پاک بھارت تعلقات میں

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𝐘𝐮𝐧 𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐚 𝐭𝐨𝐡 | 𝐏𝐫𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐞𝐬𝐬 𝐃𝐢𝐚𝐧𝐚 𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐢 {Watercolor on paper 18.2 x 22.8 cm} — Self admittedly – I am a history geek. From the bed time stories of myths and fantasies in Ramayana; to the battles of Mughals I grew up learning in school. Stories from a certain era always had a lasting impression on me. However they all followed a similar pattern, succumbing to the stereotypes of patriarchy and unjust rules in society. Until I learnet about Diana’s life. Her story was different.. she was different. — From the outside looking in, her life appeared equal parts fabulous and tragic. She was and in many ways still remains one of the most famous woman in the world. Transforming from a shy 20-year-old school teacher to the People’s Princess, She was a self-possessed person who endeared herself to her adoptive subjects through iconic style and charitable works. When her death arrived two decades ago, she was divorced and hounded by the press, just beginning her new life outside the confines of Buckingham Palace.. — While she broke many glass ceilings becoming an icon of self conviction and strength, She was in equal parts compassionate and tender.. During her international tours to India and Pakistan, she wore many indian looks as a mark of respect for the tradition in the nations. For the series “Yuh hota toh”, I re-imagined her in a traditional Sindhi poshak, replacing the royal crown with a Sindhi Topi. — On her: Champa Makhmal Choga and a Sindhi Topi Illustration: @rhythmapal_ #ToraniIndia #PrincessDiana #YuhHotaToh

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آرٹسٹ نے دو بھارتی لیجنڈری اداکارہ جیا بچن اور ریکھا کو بھی خراج تحسین پیش کیا۔

 

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𝐘𝐮𝐧 𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐚 𝐭𝐨𝐡 | 𝐉𝐚𝐲𝐚 & 𝐑𝐞𝐤𝐡𝐚 𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐢 {Watercolor on paper 18.2 x 22.8 cm} — Indian fashion has always been a reflection of Cinema in the ongoing times. And every true Hindi movie-buff knows that a “Yash Chopra heroine” was a brand in itself. Think Sridevi in Chandni and Lamhe, Madhuri & Karishma in Dil To paagal hai Pagal Hai & Rakhee in Kabhie Kabhie… from figure hugging churidaar-kurtas to sensuous chiffon sarees, he gave women an elevated fashion status, making their way through Switzerland or Holland and turning heads everywhere. — But long before fashion was fashion for me, there was Rekha in Silsila. The movie is one of those underrated gems that still holds a unique place in my heart. Sporting one incredible look after another. She took the Yashraj leading lady’s style quotient to iconic levels. But what set apart Rekha’s style was Jaya Bachchan’s withdrawn looks. While Rekha was glamorous and poetic, Jaya was reserved & limiting. It made me understand how delicately their looks defined – what their characters were. — Though much was written and spoken about their personal life during the film, I continue to remain fascinated with the mystery they both exuded in their scenes. It became important for me to reimagine this one with them both in the frame. — On Jaya: Nisha Chakora boota ghunghroo sari On Rekha: Nalini saanjh sari — Video: Silsila (1981), Yash Raj Films Illustration: @rhythmapal_ #YuhHotaToh #Rekha #JayaBachchan #ToraniIndia

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ڈیزائنر نے اپنے منفرد انداز میں بے پناہ خوبصورتی سے مالا مال مدھو بالا سے بھی محبت کا اظہار کیا۔

 

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𝐘𝐮𝐧 𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐚 𝐭𝐨𝐡 | 𝐌𝐚𝐝𝐡𝐮𝐛𝐚𝐥𝐚 𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐢 {Watercolor on paper 18.2 x 22.8 cm} — My obsession with Madhubala has been no secret. From “Kala Pani” to “Chalti ka naam gaadi” I scouted many old dvd stores to find her movies and watch them as a college student. — From a particular scene in the legendary film Mughal-e-azam, before Akbar (played by late Shri Prithviraj Kapoor) sends her off to trick Saleem into believing in their false marriage celebration. He coronates Anarkali / Madhubala with a crown made for “Mallika-e-Aliya” – (Queen of the universe). She is dressed in a pristine white sheer veil that made her look every bit of a goddess that she is. — That surreal visual is still fresh in my mind and flashes before me every time I think of her. She has been a muse for me ever since and I always wished To have born in her prime so I could dress her in one of our looks. It became a personal love letter to Madhubala and that long cherished dream. — On her: Kafoori Ela hand embroidered, scallop organza sari with hand cut & embellished 3d florals. — Illustration @rhythmapal_ #ToraniIndia #Madhubala #YuhHotaToh

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ساتھ ہی سیریز کے اختتام پر تورانی نے بھارتی مصورہ امرتا شیر گل کی خوبیوں کو سراہتے ہوئے خراج عقیدت پیش کیا۔

 

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𝐘𝐮𝐧 𝐡𝐨𝐭𝐚 𝐭𝐨𝐡 | 𝐀𝐦𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐚 𝐒𝐡𝐞𝐫-𝐆𝐢𝐥 𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐢 {Watercolor on paper 18.2 x 22.8 cm} — Before my tryst with design began, I was a fine arts student… obsessed with drawing portraits and reading NCERT books on Indian art. Amongst those many art lessons in school, one name intrigued me the most ~ Amrita Shergil. — While her paintings are a reflection of her extraordinary Childhood – born to an eclectic set of artistic parents. It was the other part of her personal life that had makings of a classic French film ~ filled with passion, fine art, sex, a pinch of over-intellectualisation, and a tragically young death At 28. — Sher-Gil can perhaps be considered one of India’s first truly sexually liberated feminists, who paved the way for modernism in Indian art breaking rules when it needed to. Many of her paintings / self portraits have inspired the way I like to style women in Torani. In our 2019 campaign “Chatt” , I even attempted to recreate one of her first major paintings titled “Three girls”. — On her: Sunehri Chakor chidiya boota sari. — Illustration @rhythmapal_ #ToraniIndia #AmritaShergil #YuhHotaToh

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