The New Age Action Hero of Bollywood, Vidyut Jamwal recently walked the ramp in New Delhi at the event of Delhi Fashion Week 2016. Talking in his recent interview actor-model says he came to Delhi after a long span but sadly it was just for a day.
“I have had so much fun in Delhi during my past visits that I will take hours to describe it. I have enjoyed every bit of the capital – went for drives and had the best food. I love the weather here, even during the peak of summer. These are certain aspects in which nothing beats this city. This time, I came for just a day, but I enjoyed even the fashion week here, I saw a lot of good-looking and creative people who are really enthusiastic about what they do,” he said.
The actor added that he tracks what’s in vogue in menswear and keeps an eye on the variety that’s available. “I think there are many good designers doing cool stuff and we have many options to choose from,” he said.
A few days back Vidyut Jamwal cover the ramp for designer Pawan Sachdeva, who showcased menswear for the first time at Amazon India Fashion Week- Spring Summer 2017. The collection vogue models with sporty, comfortable designs in the form of statement bombers, light summer jackets, and biker jackets.
The models walked the ramp with behind the track of Bruno Mars hit song, “Uptown Funk” Vidyut Jamwal entered the platform with a designer attire all grove with cheer and he himself was enjoying the track while walking over.
The actor said: “What was going on in my mind during the ramp was that I need to be comfortable and the moment music played, I just went with the flow.”
“This is Pawan’s first show and I thought it was phenomenal. We were talking about how the collection caters to dressing for a normal or a high-end restaurant,” he added. The footwear consisted of comfortable chappals or casual black shoes. One of the models even carried a black tasseled backpack. The collection had a lot of layering with embossing, cut work, color blocking etc. Talking about his own personal style Vidyut shared that it keeps changing.
“My personal style keeps changing and I think everybody’s personal style keeps changing because we are constantly evolving. I will be promoting movies now and I like the clothes I am wearing,” he said. The last day of the five-day fashion extravaganza saw designers like Samant Chauhan, Krishna Mehta, Gaurav Jai Gupta, Abraham and Thakur, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Ashima Leena, Masaba Gupta, Felix Bandish and JJ Valaya showcasing their work.