Being different is budding actress Anisha's mantra

Photo: Manu Mulanthuruthy

“When one does something unique, it grabs eyeballs. So stand out, be different,” is how actress Anisha Seena describes her concept of fashion. The actress who has a few movies including 'Nalla Vishesham' to her credit states that fashion is conformability.

The young actress gets candid about her idea of dressing and her choice of trend.

'Be different', is how Anisha describes her choice for trends. Photo: Manu Mulanthuruthy

Making own choices

Interestingly, Anisha reveals that she herself designs her own clothes according to the changing trends.

“I get suitable materials for myself and design my own attires. The mix-and-match styles and colour combination is what comes into my mind first and then will get stitched accordingly. To make it unique, you need to think about your dresses in your own way,” she said.


Ask her if she chooses her own dresses for the shoots, she agrees. The actress who has also done quite a few ads, says, “Before doing ads or photo shoot, I will ask if they have any preferences for costumes. And if the team willingly agrees, I design my own costume.”


She points that she has opted for a long-sleeved blouse saree for a recent ad she did.

Photo: Manu Mulanthuruthy

Colours and photos

The actress did a recent photo shoot and was spotted in a plane saree and printed blouse. “Black and white is definitely my favourite combination. I also like red outfits. The material also counts. I like chiffon sarees with simple borders and love it all the more if it's a plane one,” she says.

Photo: Manu Mulanthuruthy

The actress was also spotted as a village belle in her movie 'Nalla Vishesham' and was seen in dhawani. Her upcoming movie is titled 'Thamara' and will also be seen in similar outfit. The first schedule of shoot has been wrapped up and Anisha will join for the second in a while.

Photo: Manu Mulanthuruthy
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