She is dressed in a blue shirt with a grey blazer and matching bottoms.
"The look for 'Uri...' is something very different from what I have been seen in on-screen before. It had to be a fuss-free yet a very neat look. Thus the decision to chop the tresses was made consciously to suit the character," Yami said in a statement.
"When you are portraying the story of a real-life incident, there's an added responsibility to make things look more authentic and as real as possible," she added.
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