Costume designer Anu Parthasarathy and art director Muthuraj has talked about Sivakarthikeyan’s Seema Raja, which is all set to hit screens worldwide on September 13th for the Vinayagar Chaturthi weekend.
About designing costumes, Anu Parthasarathy said, “Rural look has its own challenges and you need to lock a look that appears impressive in color and style and for me working on Seema Raja was very interesting to etch Sivakarthikeyan’ Sir’s entire look. His costumes for Seema Raja has a mix of an Indo-Western look and accessories were specially designed and the director was very particular that Siva sir should look totally different in this film, as the script demands that. His look in the film has linen shirts and linen kurtas specially dyed and stitched; colors were discussed with the DOP Balu Sir and Ponram Sir.”
Art director Muthuraj said, “If my artwork in Seema Raja is noticeable, it’s all because of top-notch cinematography by Balasubramaniam sir. He enjoyed each and every bits and piece of my artwork. He would click pictures of every backdrop of my work and Whatsapp me asking for my suggestions for placing the shots. On the musical front, D Imman has just emblazoned the ambiance with more festivity and colors.”