No it wasn't a wardrobe malfunction. The script demanded so. Kangana said, "I play a crime reporter in the film, who is working on a crime scene for over a span of two hours. I am wearing only one outfit in the film."
Kangna Ranaut's one outfit look, which she wore for 40 days has bored her. She added, “ There was no scope to change; there are no songs or romantic scenes in the movie. The film is a thriller and there's no possibility to break into songs."
Of course the fashionista got bored wearing the same outfit for 40 days, the time it took to complete the film's shoot. "I didn't want to be in the same outfit for 40 days, but I had no choice. They had seven sets of the suit, which I would change every alternate day. I got fed up wearing the same clothes, as in other films I am used to wearing so many fashionable, glamorous and sexy outfits," said Kangana.
"I think I must have saved the producer a lot of money on my outfits," she laughed. Kangana is seen sporting a stylish grey suit in the film, but this after a lot of debate. When the project started the cast and crew had a little argument with director Mani Shankar, who felt the actor should wear a pair of jeans and a top like most female journalists do. But along with co-stars Sanjay Dutt and Irrfan, Kangana shot down Mani Shankar's idea.
"We felt that a movie doesn't have to be a reflection of reality and I can look attractive, rather than dressing up shabbily. This suit makes me look ambitious and focused, but yet glamorous at the same time. I play a successful journalist in her early 30s, who will do anything for the sake of getting her news," she said.
The suit that the actress wears in the film has been designed by designer Rick Roy.