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Who Are The Best Celebrity Stylists In Tollywood?

Have you ever wondered how Tollywood celebrities are ever so stylish and give us all the outfit goals that we try on us? Well, it is all because of their stylists that work so hard and come up with unique yet amazing outfits for them for parties, meetings, press meets, award ceremonies, interviews, and so many other events they attend to. Here is a list of best celebrity stylists that design for our favorite celebrities in the Telugu Film Industry.

Ashwin Mawle

Ashwin Mawle is one of the most happening stylists in Tollywood. He is professionally a model from Hyderabad and also happens to be a good friend of Stylish Star – Allu Arjun. He started his profession in Tollywood in the year 2009 as a designer when Allu Arjun approached him to design his costumes for his movie Arya 2.

From then on, he became popular and designed costumes for the actors in Varudu, Vedam, Darling, 100% Love, Iddarammayilatho, Oosaravelli, Baadshah, Akhil, Nannaku Prematho, and more. He also designed a Sherwani and bride’s costumes for Allu Arjun’s marriage.

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Kona Neeraja

Neeraja had studied fashion and spent over a decade in the US. She was working on marketing and merchandising in the fashion industry when she was introduced to a few people and was encouraged by her brother, Kona Venkat. After working as a stylist for the actor Nithin in Gunde Jaari Gallanthayyinde, she designed celebrity dresses for Ramayya Vasthavayya, Yevadu, Attarintiki Daredi, and Courier Boy Kalyan. However, her grand success came after she met with Samantha Ruth Prabhu and becoming her personal stylist since then.

Rajesh More

Based in Hyderabad, Rajesh did his graduation in Fashion Design and Information Technology from the prestigious institute NIFT in 2005. After completing his studies, Rajesh started his career as a Head Designer in the Men’s Department in Bangalore for many International brands like Diesel, Roberto Cavalli, Etro, GANT, and Esprit. He designs clothes for Pawan Kalyan and his movies such as Puli Gabbar Singh, Teenmaar, Attarintiki Daredi, and Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu.

Asmita Marwa

Asmita Marwa is rated as one of nine top up-and-coming international designers by Vogue. She began designing clothes in Hyderabad in the 1990s and was the first Hyderabad designer to enter the Telugu Film Industry. Numerous actors, including Nagarjuna, Balakrishna, Preity Zinta, Shriya, Anjala Zaveri, Mahesh Babu, Charmy,  Tabu, Asin, and Anushka, have worn her clothes, in movies like Manmadhudu, Premante Idera, Santhosham, Arjun, Atadu, Gharshana, and Pokiri.

Rama Rajamouli

Rama Rajamouli, the wife of SS Rajamouli, made her debut as costume designer with Sye film. She received a very good appreciation for the styles that she designed for Prabhas in Chatrapati. Since then she has been the costume designer for most of Rajamouli’s films. She had also designed costumes for movies like Nagavalli and Mitrudu.

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Niranjan was born in Vijayawada and had completed his schooling at Hyderabad and high school at Dehradun. He later pursued a course in Textile Designing from Indian Institute of Handloom Technology. He graduated from National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT). He knew Director Krishna Vamsi through a common friend, and he was impressed with his work which got him the offer to work in his movie Rakhee.

He is the personal designer for Priya Mani, Kalyan Ram, and Navdeep. Niranjan worked on celebrity styles for almost 25 films in Tollywood some of which are Rakhi, Chandamama, Hareram  Lakshyam, and so on. Nandamuri Balakrishna, Priyamani, Kalyanram, Kajal Agarwal, Charmee, Navadeep looked their best in Niranjan’s collections. Niranjan is also the styling specialist for Kalaniketan’s designer store Ariza.

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