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“I’ve seen our family patriarchs only wear khadi, and my grandfather was Gandhi’s associate during the freedom struggle,” says Lavina Baldota. Don't miss these pictures.
Don’t like the idea of a heavy-duty ethnic outfit? You’ll love these lighter-than-air Chanderi lehengas for the next wedding you’re attending.
"I wanted to tell a contemporary story about our society’s double standards when it came to women and marriage," Shroff speaks on what inspired her to write the novel.
"For 25 years I’ve wanted to be 70 different people in the morning," once said. "I don’t want to be me. So if I loved myself so much, why would I be an actor?"
"If I wanted to wake up as myself every morning, I wouldn’t be an actor," says . "I want to be Batman in the morning. I want to be Superman. I want to be Raj, Rahul, the guy in the blood-spattered white vest with a gun in his hand and a girl by his side." #Throwback