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Bollywood took over the opening day of WIFW

Bollywood took over the opening day of WIFW
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First Published: Tue, Oct 11 2011. 12 49 AM IST

Models during designer Malini Ramani’s show at the WillsLifestyleIndiaFashionWeek in New Delhi on Saturday.(PTI)
Models during designer Malini Ramani’s show at the WillsLifestyleIndiaFashionWeek in New Delhi on Saturday.(PTI)
Updated: Tue, Oct 11 2011. 12 49 AM IST
New Delhi: The Wills Lifestyle India fashion week (WIFW) Spring/ Summer 2012 here commenced amidst the presence of Bollywood, colour and fine texturing of garments.
The first day show saw collections by designers Nandita Basu, Malini Ramani and duo Gauri-Nainika with actor Rajeev Khandelwal sitting in the front raw and cheering for the designers.
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Dressed in silver blazer and rugged jeans, the actor said that he’s the most stylish person in Bollywood.
“I prefer comfort when it comes to my style statement and that’s why that’s what I always follow it while dressing up. I find myself the best looking and stylish person in Bollywood,” said the 35-year-old actor.
Models during designer Malini Ramani’s show at the WillsLifestyleIndiaFashionWeek in New Delhi on Saturday.(PTI)
Later in the evening, the runway was taken over by the lead actors of the upcoming film ‘My Friend Pinto´- Kalki Koechlin and Prateik Babbar for designer Rina Dhaka.
The actors promoted their upcoming film on the ramp with the film’s title track playing at the backdrop. They broke down into an impromptu gig when they sashayed down the ramp with Dhaka.
“We played our characters while walking down the ramp. ‘My Friend Pinto´ is a comedy film and our characters in the film also are extremely hilarious. It was our debut in Delhi’s fashion week,” said Koechlin, who wore a digital print gown designed by the designer.
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First Published: Tue, Oct 11 2011. 12 49 AM IST