Mashar Hamsa is a famous costume designer, artist and, cinema affectionate in the south Indian film industry, especially in the Malayalam Industry. It is known as Mollywood. He debuted in the Malayalam industry through the veteran director Sameer Tahir's movie ‘Neelakasham Pachakadal ChuvannaBhoomi.’ He belongs to Thanoor, Mallapuram district (Formed on 16 June 1969) that situated in the state of Kerala.
He has the keen interest in cinema. His friends and cousins admire him the most; they took him along for the shopping so that can buy the clothes of his likes and dislikes. Mashar's father was the tailor so this was the only connection that took Mashar to the cinema industry and the world of dream, goals, and achievements.
So by choosing the clothes for his cousins, he explored his passion in the costume designing. Aftermath he came to Kochi and here he joined the diploma course in fashion designing. Lately, he worked with the
's production house, and he did hundreds of ads for Sijoy.
By doing such progress he met Sameer. After the meeting, his life was changed. He found his career in the fashion designing and here is the beginning of his passion, his likes towards cinema. Once his first day on the job, the curiosity kills the cat for knowing the name of the first person for whom he was going to design cloth first. So he designed for the
for the movie ‘NeelakashamPachakadalChuvannaBhoomi.’
Sameer associated throughout the movie making process at that time, and Mashar works well. Mashar studied the environment and refined the demand of the cinema so that it can be beneficial for the movie. He stayed for it in Mattancherry and analyses their daily wear like — Mundu, gowns, shirts, T-shirts, lungi, head scarf and the like.
His favorite style of shade is blue, and that is followed by Black and white. Mashar is a fan of Ranveer Singh's fashion sense, which is crazy most of the times. He regularly makes designs for Vinayakan and
. Mashar prefers the realistic approach in their costume making profession.
He loves to do the experiment with their art and makes them according to the movie demand. He designed a leather jacket for the Dulquer that brings achievements in his designing career. He poured his teachings inherited by his father and cinema loving to his costume designing profession.
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Mashar Hamsa is a famous costume designer in the Indian film industry. He gained fame in the Malayalam film industry through his style statement costumes for famous movies like Sudani from Nigeria The 1990 born talent hails from Thanoor, Malappuram. He realized his passion at an early age and decided to go against the wind for his career. He opted to take a Diploma degree in fashion designing from Kochi rather than going for some mainstream course. The real inspiration for Mashar was his father, who worked as a tailor in the town. He inherited that streak from him and moved towards his goals. He trained under the famous Sijoy Varghese in his production house and worked on more than a hundred advertisements there.
The destiny plays its cards as through one of these projects he met Sameer who offered him to design for Dulquer Salmaan. It was a super big break for him, a bit hesitant he took the opportunity and aced it with precision. He designed a leather jacket for Dulquer Salmaan which got very popular and gained him a lot of fame in the industry. His next movie Kammattippaadam, directed by
was not at all a cakewalk. It demanded precision and observation of the details. Mashar experimented with blocks and prints, colors and symbols to make the costumes look different and realistic at the same time. For his movie Parava, directed by Soubin Shahir, the designer spent three months in Mattenchery where he understood the different nuances of styling and the famous costume trends in the town.
He observed briefly the fashion prevalent in the place and the variety of T-Shirts, Mundu, Lungi, Head Scarfs and other head gears the people wore there. Mashar worked on the film Trance and gave the costumes a modern touch this time. He designed frequently for Vinayakan and Soubin Shahir and added the touch of Ranbeer Singh’s dressing style in his styling as he really admired him. The blue color followed by white is also very niche in his costume collection. The designer was part of some great projects such as Chandruttan evideya, Kali, Kammalti Papaadam, Diwanji Moola Grand Prix by Anil Radhakrishna Menon and trance by Anwar Rashed where he designed for Fahadh Fasil. He also styled for the film Varathan by
. He worked for the award-winning film Sudani from Nigeria, directed by Zakaria.