'Vicky Donor' star Ayushmann Khurranna makes ramp debut
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Making his debut on the ramp, after the overwhelming success in the first feature film Vicky Donor star Ayushmann Khurranna said it was a refreshing experience but he did not know if anyone was set to try him again in fashion show.
Strutting as the 'showstopper' in famed designer Jaya's fashion show 'Nazaz', Ayushmann said, "I enjoyed the whole experience. This was my ramp debut and I think am not looking bad in the wear."
Ayushmann, who sported a bright shirt with waist coat and jacket, said he would look forward to any opportunity to turn up as lead in any future Bollywood film with Jaya as wardrobe designer.
About future cat walk, he said, "Don't know if anybody will repeat me for future fashion shows. Don't know how looked like before you this time...But it was a refreshing experience and I am okay with the idea."
The previous 'Just Dance' on STAR Plus anchor, who was also a VJ in MTV, said, she would love to have Jaya as a designer in any future film.
About her working with Ayushmann in any future film project, Jaya, who had designed for celebrities like Mugdha Godse, Kashmira Shah, Archana Puran Singh, Rituparna Sengupta, said "there is a distinct possibility but I can say this much."
About dressing up Ayushmann for the fashion show, she said "he looked very confident in the outfit which had western influences."
The best of Indian models along with supermodels like Candice Pinto, Lakshmi Rana, Sonalika Sahay, Sanjeev Kumar, Taher Ali, Samar Vermani walked the ramp in the show having the commentry of choreographer Prasad Bidapa.
While the 'Nawaz collections saw royal blue, greasy green and dark brown to milder colors like beige, off white and white, the bridal collection showcased blend of Elizabethan and Indian craftsmanship.
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