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Artist Suvigya Sharma Made Special Portrait For Virushka, PM Modi Loves His Art

Famous painter Suvigya Sharma, who has created artworks for many Bollywood actors and cricketers even for PM Modi now has made a portrait of Virat-Anushka after their marriage.

Suvigya, who does miniature painting technique, Tanjore painting, Fresco work and potrait now chose a wedding photo of Indian Cricket Team Captain Virat Kohli and his actress wife Anushka Sharma to potrait. Suvigya has gifted the special painting to the beautiful couple.

Suvigya told that to complete the project it took 2 months. Artist was pleased that the couple appreciated his effort. He says,”They were really happy with it.”

Suvigya said that he has made portrait of many Bollywood stars, politicians, cricketers and industrialists. These include Kangana Ranaut, Priyanka Chopra, Rani Mukherjee and her husband Aditya Chopra and Sachin Tendulkar.

According to Suvigya, ”Once I received a call from the PMO (Prime Minister’s Office). He asked me to make PM Modiji’s portrait. After this I prepared the portrait of Modiji, in which the national emblem broach tucked into the PM’s jacket was made of 24-karat gold. Modiji praised my work and also invited me to meet in the PMO office.

Suvigya has been working on a painting of actress Kangana for three years. During this time, he has created two portraits for Kangana. One of her Khar (Mumbai) house and the other is an art piece. In this painting, Kangna Ranaut is seen in designer Manish Malhotra’s outfit. A fusion work of Gold Guilding on the oil canvas is done on the painting. Its size is 5 ft x 3 ft. Suvigya had spoken to the Kangana’s team, and since then he is also doing some art work for the house of Kangana at Himachal Pradesh.

Although, Suvigya is into a miniature art, he tries to give a modern touch to the traditional art form. The art which he pursues​ has a long history of over 2000 years attached to it.

Just like his grandfather worked with artisans to create miniature art, Suvigya wants to generate opportunities for the underprivileged by training them to become skilled artists. He says, “I wish to get the attention of the Ministry of Skill Development. I would consider myself privileged if I could contribute to this cause.”


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