Manvitha high on Goan dresses

Actress Manvitha Harish who bagged a big opportunity after associating with director Suri for Shivarajkumar starrer Tagaru, is also playing a unique character in the film.

Published: 07th November 2017 12:06 PM  |   Last Updated: 07th November 2017 12:06 PM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

 

Actress Manvitha Harish who bagged a big opportunity after associating with director Suri for Shivarajkumar starrer Tagaru, is also playing a unique character in the film. With Tagaru, the actress has also experimented with her looks. Manvitha back from Goa, after shooting for a song, told City Express that she was more excited about shooting on the beach and the colourful costumes, which she wore for a particular track. The costumes were specially designed by  Erica, a  63-year-old Russian woman. “It is a dance number, which is more like a trans music, composed by Charan Raj. It has free-style and hip hop moves,” she says.

Manvitha Harish

But what got the actress high on the beaches is costumes. Elated, Manvitha says, “We initially decided to shop in Goa, to suit the theme. But then we bumped into Erica, whose clothes and accessories, was quite rare.” Speaking about the Russian designer, the actress says, “Erica, works for only 3 months and for the rest of the year, she travels to different places of the world where she collects various artifacts, materials and jewellery and tries to use it in her designs here. She claims herself to be a global citizen. And literary, I was high on wearing the costumes designed by her. The gorgeous old lady came across a very interesting person,” Manvitha adds. The actress, is now looking forward to the Tagaru teaser launch, which releases today.

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