Ghoomar also symbolizes the transformation of young girls to womanhood in Bhil community, due to which the attire becomes even more significant. The colours and motifs of the outfits make the dance extremely appealing to watch. Interestingly, the zari work and the amount of embroidery on the ensemble also indicate the how prosperous the family is. Though Ghoomar is well liked globally, it has recently been popularized through actress Deepika Padukone’s dance sequence in the 2018 period drama film, Padmaavat. Currently, Ghoomar is high on demand, for occasions and festivals across the globe. The widely known dance style connects various communities who have adopted the dance form. Today, the costumes have been modernized from the authentic ones with lace and shimmer predominating in the outfits compared to the traditional zari work garbs. For a more global appeal, the skirts nowadays come with a side slit and the veils are often not worn or designed in a contemporary way.