Not Brand Conscious: Saba Ali Khan

New Delhi, Nov 8 (IANS): In spite of being part of an erstwhile royal family, Saba Ali Khan, elder daughter of the late Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and veteran actress Sharmila Tagore, says she doesn't run after designer brands.

"I am not a brand person at all. I love wearing garments that look good on me and this can be from anywhere," Saba told IANS on the sidelines of the launch of autumn- winter collection of Swiss brand Bally, here.

Dressed in red off-shoulder floor-length gown, Saba looked ravishing with minimal accessories and nude make-up.

Saba says she is not associated with any specific brand.

"I am not associated with any brand in particular but I think I am friends with people, who own such brands, so participating in the event or promoting it gives me joy. I enjoy being part of their event."

She was later joined joined by her younger sister Soha Ali Khan, who was accompanied her beau Kunal Kemmu. Both Soha and Kunal looked much in love but when asked about their wedding plans, they choose to remain tight-lipped and wished everyone "Happy Diwali".

The brand celebrated the festive season with their latest collection for men and women alike. From shoes, handbags, jackets to ready-to-wear line the brand had everything in store for their patrons.

Also present at the occasion were Smriti Bhatia and Ankur Bhatia, owners Bird Group, who is responsible for getting Bally into India.


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