PUNE, DECEMBER 2018: Recently, the Chief Mentor of Fashion domain at Times & Trends Academy, Mr Chandrakant Sonawane won the Best Costume Designer award for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus Padmaavat movie, in a grand ceremony of Star Screen Awards held in Mumbai. Mr Chandrakant Sonawane a leading Costume Designer of Bollywood is not just the Chief Mentor for fashion design students but also a guiding pillar for Interior design students at TTA. Mr Chandrakant Sonawane has helped TTA’s Reverse Innovation Course which started with an aim to bridge the massive gap in the current Indian Education System.
To address this massive gap and to make students market ready, Times & Trends Academy introduced 10 weeks comprehensive Reverse Innovation Programs for Interior Design & Fashion Design students.Due to this course, Times & Trends Academy’s students have brought laurels to the institute in the past and continue the same even in recent times. Students from fashion designing domain have been selected for various projects in the Film and Television industry. Here are the names of students from Times & Trends Academy who have been shortlisted for various prestigious Bollywood movies & television serial projects:
Most of these opportunities for the students have been offered by Times & Trends academy’s Chief Mentor and leading Bollywood Costume Designer – Mr Chandrakant Sonawane. He has done the costumes and styling for major Bollywood hits such as Padmaavat, Bajirao Mastani, Ram Leela, Bhoomi, etc. He recently designed costumes for a Marathi hit flick ‘Bucket List’ that starred Madhuri Dixit. Times & Trends Academy is blessed to have Mr Chandrakant Sonawane as their Chief Mentor.
Amit Agrawal, Founder, and Chairman of Times & Trends Academy have mentored Chandrakant during his early career as a Fashion Design student. On this Students’ remarkable achievements, Mr Amit Agrawal said, “All these students are extraordinarily creative with the out-of-the-box thinking. We are really proud that our students have got a grand opportunity to prove their mettle. At TTA, we will continue to provide such platforms to students where their creativity will take them to places. We are thankful to Chandrakant for investing his precious time in mentoring our students and offering them such wonderful career opportunities. As working in the film industry is a dream for many of the fashion aspirants, this wouldn’t have been possible without the guidance and mentorship of Mr Chandrakant Sonawane.”
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