Bollywood's Presence Felt at Lakme Fashion Week

Pics by Rons Bantwal

Mumbai, Sep 20: Love or hate it, fashion and film have always walked hand in hand! And nowhere is this more evident than at a fashion week on B-Town’s home turf — Mumbai. Lakme Fashion Week has just begun and already Bollywood is making its presence felt...

New kid on the block Sonakshi Sinha kicked things off by making an appearance at Narendra Kumar’s show.

Day 1 saw Mallika Sherawat turn up the oomph quotient at Anita Dongre’s show. On front row, with her were Dipannita Sharma, Diana Hayden (with a cast on her knee), Tisca Chopra and Eesha Koppikhar. Manish Arora saw the ‘B’ factor attend with Vidya Malavade, and Rhea Kapoor. Strutting the ramp for Digvijay Singh was Nandana Sen, at her curvaceous best.

Day 2 started with Pooja Batra ramping it up for Babita Malkani. Making her appearance on the catwalk after ages, Pooja, who is back in the city for three weeks from the US, said, "I am doing a fashion week after 9 years and I have to say it was such fun. Fashion's certainly changed since I was a model. For one, it's grown bigger and that's great."

And apparently today will see Koena Mitra turn up the heat at Rajat Tangri's show.

So as Force Bollywood takes centrestage at the fashion week, watch this space for more!


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