Rajamouli, the famous director known for his astonishing and astounding work in the movie Bahubali. He knew his wife Rama for a long time since Rama was music manager for M. M. Keeravani’s (Rajamouli’s cousin) wife Sreevalli’s sister. Rama was already wedded when the couple first met, and she even had a kid. Sometime around the year 2000, Rama and her then-spouse filed for a split-up, which led to an unpleasant conclusion but appreciatively left her as the solitary guardian of her lad. During this rough period of her life, Rajamouli remained by her side. During the passage of time, he realized that the circumstances were developing positively for him to make an offer to Rama. S.S. Rajamouli lastly proposed to Rama around 2001.

The Rama Rajamouli wedding was a simple court matrimonial the same year, which was only joined by close household associates. In a meeting, Rajamouli has often shared that Rama’s divorced status did not basket his love towards her, and he was all set to accept her with her child from the previous wedding. The affection between the pair was incredible, and right after the Rama Rajamouli matrimonial, Rajamouli made it a point to have her escort him to flick sets. Little did he see that she would soon find herself a new outfit designer. It was 2003, and Rajamouli occupied himself on his next Telugu movie. It was one of those movie days when his spouse had attended him. The get-ups for the film had reached, and as the director, Rajamouli tremendously dissatisfied by the appearance of the outfits.

In spite of being unhappy with the costume designer’s labor, he was having a difficult time aiming it out what precisely was wrong with those attires. His partner Rama instantly came to his rescue and quickly pointed out the inadequacies in the group of clothes, which turned out to be exactly what Rajamouli had felt. Rama also added that she is keen on being a uniform designer only for her companion since she feels a notion of correlation with her husband, which she may not have with some other film director.Their devotion towards appreciating each other is possibly the best part of the Rama Rajamouli wedding. Rama and Rajamouli have had a successful run with their matrimonial along with their offspring, son Karthikeya, and daughter Mayookha. Rama has always been expressive about her admiration towards her partner’s style of directing a flick.

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Prashanti Tipirneni

Being a part of the film fraternity is nothing short of a dream but very few people get a chance to live that life. Prashanti Tipimeni is one of them. A Hyderabad based girl who was busy handling her father’s business would have never thought of getting a break in the Tamil Film industry as a costume designer. It all started in 2010 for her when she was asked to design costumes for the cast of movie ‘Vedam.’ Vedam was the debut film of Prasad Divineni and Shobu Yarlagadda as producers, and they approached Prashanti to take this responsibility for their debut flick. Prashanti had always dreamt of this, and she didn’t miss a single second to accept this offer, and this was just a start for her. She designed the costumes for actors like Manoj Manchu, Allu Arjun and Anushka Shetty in Vedam. In no time she became Anushka Shetty’s favorite costume designer and more offers started pouring in her kitty. Her next project was Golconda High School released in 2011. She designed the costumes for the whole cast, but she received appreciation from both audience and critics for her look given to Swathi Reddy, who happened to be the lead actress of that movie. Her career was growing at a regular pace, but her fortunes turned when she signed S.S Rajamouli’s upcoming period drama, Bahubali: The Beginning. The director-producer knew the importance of costumes in this flick and Prashanti also did full justice to her work. She knew that this was the opportunity she had been waiting for and this could either make or break her career. Bahubali became a big hit, and Prashanti received a lot of appreciation and awards for her work. Her collaboration was S.S Rajamouli continued for the 2nd and final part of the series. Rajamouli had trusted in her, and she was the lead costume designer of Bahubali: The conclusion. This film became the biggest hit of the decade and costumes played a major part in its success. Prashanti received awards for her tremendous work and above all recognition in Bollywood. She has now shifted her focus on producing the films. She has collaborated with Wall Poster Cinema that is a production company and is the producer of a movie named ‘Awe.’ Tamil actor Nani happens to be a partner in the production company.

Prashanti Tipirneni Telugu Actress