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MUMBAI — Shut on the heels of the stupendous success of Nitesh Tiwari’s “Chhichhore,” for which she designed each the younger and previous seems to be of the principle characters, Nationwide Award-winning make-up and prosthetic character design specialist Preetisheel Singh is arising with not one, not two, however three stunners.

The three heroes to whom she has given a bald look are Akshay Kumar, Ayushmann Khurrana and Sunny Singh, and buzz on all three movies is excessive as they may launch inside two weeks of one another, that’s, between Oct. 25 and Nov. eight.

Akshay Kumar is Bala within the Farhad Samji-directed “Housefull four,” Ayushmann Khurrana might be the title-role participant in Amar Kaushik’s “Bala” and Sunny Singh is the third follically-challenged man in Abhishek Pathak’s “Ujda Chaman.”

Singh has deftly designed them in a manner that every one look completely different from one another. Whereas Kumar has an imposing moustache to go together with the look, as he’s enjoying a tyrant from a bygone period, Khurrana has a receding hairline and Singh has a moustache and stubble to match his balding look.

Singh has obtained accolades for her transformations in films like “Padmaavat,” “Mother,” “102 Not Out,” “Mulk” and “Thackeray” amongst others. She is now excited for her forthcoming releases just like the Nawazuddin Siddiqui-Radhika Apte movie “Raat Akeli Hai,” Kartik Aaryan-Bhumi Pednekar-Ananya Panday’s “Pati Patni Aur Woh,” Southern famous person Vijay’s “Bigil,” Kangana Ranaut’s “Panga” and “Dhaakad” and Bhansali Productions’ “Tuesdays and Fridays.”

What’s extra, Singh can be getting ready to launch the Preetisheel Faculty of Character Design on the new sprawling office-cum-workshop of her firm Da Make-up Lab.

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