From inky black to a colorful mix of myriad hues, the gals and guys in the B-Town are making sure their tattoos speak volumes when they make an appearance on screen.
Whether it is getting inked because the Tattoo complements the character in the film or it ups the curiosity about the various emotional shades of a character among the viewer, tattooing is now back.
Like Shahrukh Khan in Don 2 or Ajay Devgn in golmaal 3 and Sanjay Dutt in Agneepath, Not so long ago the sizzling Bebo lit up the silver screen with her tattoos in the film Ashoka as she played princess Kaurwaki.
Aishwarya rai Bachchan too mesmerised the audience with sporting traditional body art along her midriff in the film Shakti.
Emphatic moves with his leading lady Lisa in Rascals surely got the movie lovers take notice of his Shiva tattoo etched on his biceps.
In his next, Agneepath, the camera has exploited all the angles that make the actor’s body art look more enigmatic thereby complementing his character.
Having sported tattoos in his earlier movies like Ek Ajnabee, in Ra.One, he went many steps further. It looked like Rampal’s body was a playfield for a tattoo artist. Owing to this, though the actor made a brief appearance in the film, he grabbed eyeballs.
Her item number in the movie Dum Maaro Dum, her tattoo also did the talking. It’s not the RK tattoo that we are talking about. It is the cobra tattoo that peeped out of her tummy on the sizzling item song Dum Maaro Dum.
Ajay Devgn as cop in Singham. He was not only talked about for his well-toned abs but also for his Shiva tattoo. These designs were also visible on his torso in Golmaal 3. The trishul on his neck was introduced to add another shade of curiosity to his ‘freak’ look in the movie.
Stunts that did in his recently released movie Force apart, the inky patterns across his arms become a hot topic of discussion.
King Too, made sure that every took notice of the the tattoo which is simple yet leaves its own mark helping in the brand recall of the franchise
Article by: Subastou Pandey, Designer (Udaipur)