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  1. Actor Avika Gor recently reacted to link-up rumors with former co-star Manish Raisinghan and said that she was extremely affected by these rumors in the past. Now, Manish Raisinghan has spoken up about linkup rumors with Avika Gor. They worked together in the television serial Sasural Simar Ka. Avika said in a recent interview that it was being speculated that they have a secret child together. Manish has now called the rumor absurd and said that he laughed about this with his wife, Sangeita. He also pointed at the fact that he is 18 years older than Avika Gor who gained fame as a child actor in Balika Vadhu. View this post on Instagram He said, "This is one of the most absurd things I have ever heard about my friendship with Avika. Why can't two individuals be good friends? Why do they have to be in a relationship? Also, it's a fact that I am 18 years older than her." He added, "Avika will always be a close friend. She is in a happy relationship now with Milind Chandwani and it has been more than a year since I got married in June 2020. Sangeita and I laughed about these rumours." Avika was recently asked if she ever dated Manish, to which she responded, "It's impossible! No way! There were articles like humne bachcha chhupa ke rakha hai (we have a secret child). We are very close, even now. He'll always have a very space in my life. In my journey from the age of 13 till now, he has been the closest friend that I've ever had." View this post on Instagram "I've learned so much from him. He's 18 years elder to me, by the way. When I saw how he keeps the child within him alive, it is a big thing to learn. Even now when people ask me if anything was happening between us, I'm like 'yaar, mere papa se thoda chhota hai woh (he's almost my father's age)," she added. © BCCL Avika said that they were initially affected by the rumours and even decided to not talk for a while. However, they moved past it. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  2. David Warner shared behind-the-scenes video footage while shooting a Jio commercial advertisement from back when he was in India during the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League and the bio bubble was considered to be secured. In the Instagram post, SunRisers Hyderabad all-rounder Rashid Khan, middle-order hitter Manish Pandey and Warner himself could be seen on their knees, probably doing some sort of yoga poses, while being surrounded by greenscreens while the Jio song plays in the background. View this post on Instagram “Our attempt of a commercial @rashid.khan19 @manishpandeyinsta Caption this??” Warner wrote in the caption, asking his followers to give an appropriate caption to the hilarious BTS action. And while Khan and Warner seem to be having fun with the whole experience, Pandey does not look pleased about all the dancing and singing and looks ready to escape as soon as the music stops. While the video in itself is hilarious, it also shows that getting bid for during an IPL auction is never simply about playing the best cricket that you can for a particular franchise or a team but also get involved in activities like promotional shoots, television commercials, and social gatherings you may or may not have wished to sign up for. Before IPL 2021 was suspended due to the rampant COVID-19 outbreak in India back in April and May, things ended up badly for the Australian batsman, who saw a serious demotion through the ranks within the team. Announcement pic.twitter.com/B9tBDWwzHe — SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) May 1, 2021 After SRH lost six of their first seven matches, Warner was not only stripped off his captaincy but was also knocked out of the Playing XI, reducing him to nothing more than a waterboy, who’d carry drinks and sit beyond the boundary line to throw the ball back into the ground. The coaching staff and the team selectors faced severe backlash due to this surprising decision while commentator Graeme Swann felt that the insulting removal of Warner was punishment for speaking up against the decision-makers for dropping Manish Pandey from the main squad following a rough stint with the bat. View the full article
  3. For a second consecutive time in the Indian Premier League 2021, the team with a low-scoring total in the first innings ended up winning the match after a drastic turn of events in the final few overs in the second half of the match, with some of the most experienced cricketers of the world getting dismissed like a bunch of gully-cricketers who just wish to swing their bat wildly. In the clash between Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore and David Warner’s SunRisers Hyderabad, there are multiple people from the latter side who could be blamed for the loss. However, when it comes to the defining moment of the match, the experts feel that the onus should have been taken by Manish Pandey to force the end result in favour of his squad. View this post on Instagram But the way in which Pandey blindly swung his bat to toss a dolly into the hands of Harshal Patel right after Shahbaz Ahmed had dismissed Jonny Bairstow, left the analysts completely disappointed with the middle-order hitter. The legendary Ashish Nehra, in a conversation on CricBuzz cut deep into Pandey’s weaknesses to explain why Manish Pandey continues to struggle while players who made their debut after him, enjoy immense success in the Indian cricket team: Hyderabad के बल्लेबाज़ नहीं निभा पाए गेंदबाज़ों का साथ, Warner और Pandey की पारियों के बावजूद हाथ आई एक और हारसुनीये मैच की पूरी कहानी, @GauravKapur, Ashish Nehra और Ajay Jadeja के साथ #CricbuzzLive हिंदी पर ⁰⁰#IPL2021 #SRHvRCB https://t.co/ksZW4ethBg — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) April 14, 2021 the way SRH batters - Jonny Bairstow, Manish Pandey and Abdul Samad got out, it didn't seem like proper batters are getting out. They appeared to be losing wickets like tailenders, especially Pandey,” Nehra said. “When the players at positions 9, 10, 11 don’t have many options against moving deliveries, they target only mid-wicket and long on. And that’s the major difference. When you are in a good form and know how to play under pressure, you have options to hit those away going deliveries towards mid-off or cover," he added. View this post on Instagram“And that’s why Manish Pandey failed to cement his place in the Indian team. You look when he made his debut, and then the likes of Hardik Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Rishabh Pant and Suryakumar Yadav came and went far ahead. Because these players are much better at adapting to the pressure and that’s why they leapfrogged Pandey,” he added. View the full article
  4. Manish Malhotra is a leading designer who has been dressing some of the biggest stars in Bollywood for a very long time now. His costumes in movies have served as an inspiration for a lot of Indians who look to emulate the outfits. Goes without saying that Manish is also a major fashion aficionado who strives to bring his creativity into his personal outfits and looks as well. Just like other b-towners who have time and again wore some zany ensembles, Manish too has been at the forefront when it comes to bold fashion statements. © Viral Bhayani Having said that, he clearly has a grasp on what works for him. His monstrous sneakers or tech running shoes are a testament to the fact that he knows how to deck up for a particular occasion. We have been following his style moves quite closely and this time, yet again, he wore a pair with dope aesthetics. Take a look. What He Wore: © Viral Bhayani Manish kept his outfit quite simple. We like how he has opted for a monochromatic look. He teamed a black short kurta with black pants. The outfit looks dapper and even though it's basic, the shoes here, no doubt, added that much-needed panache to his overall look. The Brands: © Louis Vuitton Another thing that's certain about Manish is the fact that he is into extravagant things. This time, he wore Louis Vuitton's Beaubourg Platform Derby with heels. These are actually from the women's section but combine masculine and feminine influences. This is one of the standout looks from the Fall-Winter 2019 collection. © Louis Vuitton The pair has thick laces with white eyelets and stitching. The chunky but lightweight outsole is made to add extra height. The Price: © Viral Bhayani These sneakers are a statement piece for several reasons and since they are designed by a high-end luxury brand, the cost of the shoes is bound to be sky-high. For those of you who are as curious as we are, these cost roughly $1060, which converts to Rs 77,124 approximately. Add your regular customs and import duties and these would be worth almost Rs 80,000. Why It Works: © Twitter/Meninheels © Viral Bhayani For the unversed, decades ago, heels had actually found their place in the wardrobes of male soldiers, royals and aristocrats. The origin can be traced back to 15th Century Persia when soldiers wore such heels to secure their feet in stirrups. Well, Manish continues to score brownie points for taking bold fashion risks and knocking it out of the park, every time! View the full article
  5. Manish Malhotra has been dropping some serious style statements, of late. Given how many times he has been spotted wearing some pretty zany ensembles, he seems to be on a mission to drop some serious fashion goals. His sartorial sensibilities scream style as an ace fashion designer, and it's no surprise that he has been giving some B-town celebrities a run for their money with his immaculate wardrobe choices. © Viral Bhayani We still aren't over time the time he wore a pair of monstrous sneakers and super expensive Fendi sneakers. And just when we thought we have seen it all, Manish made an appearance yet again and caused a 'chain reaction' with his sneakers. His outfit, as usual, was spot-on but the sneakers looked so good, that they crushed the rest of the details of his outfit. Let's take a look at his outfit first: © Viral Bhayani Manish can be seen wearing an oversized blue jacket, topped over a basic black T-shirt and denims. This can seem like a regular outfit at first, but take a good look at the detailing of this outfit and you would agree that it's not an everyday style statement. Despite that, we loved the way he chose to dress down for an occasion. The Brands: © Versace The sneakers are eccentric for sure and being an avid shoe collector he is, this pair, in particular, shines out and speaks of Manish's expensive taste. He is wearing Versace's Chain Reaction sneakers and interestingly, we've seen many celebrities own chain reaction sneakers. This one, in question, comes with grey calf leather atop a platform rubber sole along with Versace chain jewellery. © Versace Furthermore, it has an almond toe and a mesh upper with lace fastening. The medusa detailing, embroidered tongue with logo patch, stripes design and the heel panel leather make the shoe look quite fashionable. The Price: © Viral Bhayani As for the price, these are quite expensive as they cost almost Rs 78,008. To be honest, we think these Chain Reaction sneakers stand out indeed and are worth the exorbitant price tag. Clearly, these add the perfect contrast to the overall look. Why It Works: © Viral Bhayani A basic upper, paired with classic denims, that's all it took for Manish to make a statement and this works because even though it is casual, the sneakers, no doubt, made it look versatile. Now we know where to look for inspiration the next time we are in a style rut. View the full article
  6. Bollywood has given us many sneakerheads. But the trend of wearing zany sneakers knows no bounds and hence, from choreographers to fashion designers, we have spotted many well-known stars step out wearing some flamboyant pair of shoes. Manish Malhotra is one of them, whose fashion and style is getting a chapter of its own. Just like Karan Johar, Manish is a maximalist, who is usually seen dressed head-to-toe in luxury brands and he never fails to make a statement. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Karan and Manish have the same perspective of fashion. This time, the prolific designer was seen outside a cafe, in what looks like a gym outfit. While all the pieces he wore have an ostentatious price tag, Manish's sneakers were the ones that stood out from the rest. Take a look at the pair here: © Fendi Manish is wearing Fendi's White Tech Mesh High-Tops. These are running sneakers with elastic laces and come with undulated rubber soles. Furthermore, these sneakers have an FF mesh insert on the back and on the soles. © Fendi Considering these are running shoes, the price of these sneakers will certainly make your jaws drop. These cost almost Rs 65,973, plus the usual customs and import duties levied on these items. © Louis Vuitton Speaking of Manish's outfit, he can be seen wearing Nike's white jacket, paired with black pants. The huge gym bag that he is carrying with this look is Louis Vuitton's Duffle Bag, with galaxy and space-inspired detailing. The duffle has infinite space and hence one can carry it for vacays as well. The cost of the bag is a whopping Rs 3,25,000 approximately. Yes, let that sink in. © Viral Bhayani Overall that's quite a dapper gym outfit, if you ask us and Manish has certainly set some fashion goals for us with this look. View the full article
  7. Manish Malhotra may have been revolutionising the fashion department as a designer for decades now, but if you happen to look at his personal style, well, that's just as impressive as his collection. © Viral Bhayani Speaking of his sartorial sensibilities, Manish's style is mainly inclined towards athleisure pieces, most of which are outrageously expensive. Not just that, like some of the most well-known sneakerheads, Manish also has a desirable sneaker collection. © Viral Bhayani However, when the designer recently made an appearance at the Mumbai airport, he set some serious fashion goals. His style was quite relatable and we decided to take notes. Take a look. © Viral Bhayani A trench coat looks the classiest and in basic terms, it's a style that works as a winter coat. © Viral Bhayani Manish has tried to create a monochromatic look here. To make it look more relaxed and for easy layering, he wore the coat over a basic black T-shirt, that elevated his whole look. That, clad with classy black pants, added more edgy street vibe to his look. © Viral Bhayani While that was about his outfit, the intriguing element here were his sneakers. Add to that, we even loved the way he wore his mask. Though it's basic, it's blending well with the overall aesthetics of his ensemble. We like how Manish is wearing his version of a long coat here. It's made with double collar and belted sleeves, and huge buttons, forming a tailored fit for his look. They stand out because they are pure white. These coke whites are by Nike and the stylish construction of these sneakers made an impressive mark. In all, we think his look is quite cool and classy and we are all set to cop it, the next time we travel. View the full article
  8. B-town is literally filled with celebrities who are big-time sneakerheads but looks like even the designers are joining the bandwagon and showing that they have a knack to pull off eccentric pairs of sneakers - case in point, the famous Bollywood fashion and costume designer Manish Malhotra. © Instagram/Manish Malhotra © Viral Bhayani The reason why we are appreciating his sense of style today is because of his recent look, that is so rad, it can easily give other B-towners a run for their money. © Viral Bhayani Okay, we all know how the recent trend of wearing huge, monstrous sneakers has become a thing everywhere. From Shahid Kapoor to Aparshakti Khurana, we have seen so many celebrities ace it and how! Yet, Manish's pair takes the cake. The reason? Well, these sneakers are huge on an extreme level and every little detail of this pair proves that. © Viral Bhayani Firstly, the neon accents scream flamboyance. Even the tongue is padded and extra long. The most unmissable part is the white outsole which is easily adding two inches more to Manish's height here. If you look at it, even the outsole is unconventional and these are the best kind of dad sneakers we have seen. © Viral Bhayani As for his outfit, Manish stood out with his floral light denim jacket, layered over a black T-shirt. That with his black Adidas track pants made the look even more playful. Now that we have almost reached the end of 2020, this is truly the best way to sum it up in style. View the full article
  9. A few days ago, there was a Twitter fight going on between AAP and the UP government after the former announced their plans to run for UP elections in 2022. That resulted in a Twitter war over Kejriwal vs Yogi model with APP leading the fight with memes. © Twitter On that day, Manish Sisodia accepted an invitation from UP ministers to visit Uttar Pradesh and debate on the education and school facilities in the two states. Well, the challenge was set, the date was set, and one opponent came through. © Twitter Manish Sisodia was just trying to go for this public debate when he was stopped by cops in the state. Sharing the news on Twitter, AAP asked what is Yogi Adityanath so scared of? Just In: Dy CM @msisodia's convoy has been stopped by UP police on the directions of Yogi Sarkar. What is Adityanath scared of? Education?#DarrGayaYogi — AAP (@AamAadmiParty) December 22, 2020 Why aren't they coming through with their challenge? *First BJP invited Delhi Edu Minister @msisodia to visit Govt Schools of U.P. ×Now stopped his convoy enroute to Lucknow Govt School, through Cops ××Why such reluctance to showcase a Govt School #DarrGayaYogipic.twitter.com/PnSOarZf9D — Aarti (@aartic02) December 22, 2020 He didn't show up. . @msisodia in Lucknow :#DarrGayaYogi ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/qqLiqzOzrb — शिवम् (@ShivamAgarwalUK) December 22, 2020 What changed? Yogi and his minister are hell scared of @msisodia. Cowards are not participating in Debate.#DarrGayaYogi — Ankita Shah (@Ankita_Shah8) December 22, 2020 Oh no. #DarrGayaYogi After @msisodia landed in UP for debate on education yogi be like #YogiAdityanath #YogiDarrGaya pic.twitter.com/lsZfEUP2jW — AAP Ka Vikram (@vikrameffects) December 22, 2020 Oops. That's the school in Lucknow, merely 8 Kms from his office, for which U.P. CM sent the Cops to stop @msisodia from visiting. Well, looking at d condition, his fear seems right 🤣#DarrGayaYogi pic.twitter.com/l5aIJthSkX — Aarti (@aartic02) December 22, 2020 Why can't he go anywhere in the state freely, though? Why are there restrictions? क्या आप मुझे लखनऊ के सरकारी स्कूल देखने जाने के आरोप में अरेस्ट करवा रहे हैं @myogiadityanath जी? @drdwivedisatish जी आपने तो मुझे invite किया था अपने स्कूल देखने के लिए! https://t.co/T0INs9S3VV pic.twitter.com/jNCryAofqD — Manish Sisodia (@msisodia) December 22, 2020 Whoever is running AAP's Twitter account knows their memes. Adityanath Govt's minister after Manish Sisodia accepting his debate challenge..#DarrGayaYogi pic.twitter.com/CId7LveEiS — AAP (@AamAadmiParty) December 22, 2020 Where are they? This pic will go down in history as proof of BJPs Cowardice They backed out from their own challenge#DarrGayaYogi pic.twitter.com/MOiRW0M4Z8 — Siddharth Setia (@ethicalsid) December 22, 2020 Someone file a missing person's report. Where are you Mr @SidharthNSingh ? #DarrGayaYogi pic.twitter.com/Xsj2lfVuoE — Aarsh Varma (@AarshVarma) December 22, 2020 Wow. @msisodia ji to UP BJP govt on debate of education model : 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣#DarrGayaYogi pic.twitter.com/3jZ2mSjKTS — IStandWithFarmers (@ShwetaAgarval) December 22, 2020 What a video. True@AamAadmiParty#DarrGayaYogi pic.twitter.com/kEVnpiLwKA — Sachin Meena (@sac_meena) December 22, 2020 Oops. It's amazing how a 56 inch government becomes 5.6 inch the moment you start focusing on their schools #DarrGayaYogi https://t.co/SzVrt6966s — Jasmine Shah (@Jasmine441) December 22, 2020 Aap chronology samjhiye. Aap Chronology Samjhaiye: - @SidharthNSingh challenged @ArvindKejriwal Govt. for the open debate - @msisodia accepted the challenge and visited Lucknow - Nobody from the Yogi Govt showed up for the debate An empty chair awaits Sidharth Nath ji. Kya #DarrGayaYogi ? pic.twitter.com/IwRqh7ENSL — Siddharth Setia (@ethicalsid) December 22, 2020 View the full article
  10. Manish Malhotra thanked Kareena Kapoor, saying ?Thank you my most beautiful friend love you loads."
  11. At a time when everyone else is scrambling to put together a collection, Manish Malhotra launched perhaps one of his most ambitious collections. Ruhaaniyat, he says, is close to his heart, for it took two years for him to curate and create this collection. © Manish Malhotra We spoke to Manish Malhotra during the Lakme Fashion Week, about the future of fashion shows in India, how was the experience of making a fashion film during a pandemic, and the greatest loves of his life - cinema and fashion. Edited Excerpts:According to you, which Bollywood icons are the ultimate style icons? I think Shammi Kapoor, Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand, all of them have been such great style icons. The attention they paid to little details, was just phenomenal. Furthermore, the way they carried their clothes, and their personas, was again, something else altogether. Then there is Amitabh Bachchan. I think he is a true blue style icon. The way he carries himself, the way he converses, the way he adapts - there is nobody like him. I have been fortunate enough to work with him for a couple of films, like Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Baghban and a couple of others. I feel honoured. © Manish Malhotra How would you suggest designers and brands tackle this ‘new normal?’ I think every brand and designer’s approach should be to do less and to work on a lot more creative angles and present something new. This is the time to focus on quality over quantity. Also, they should try to venture into different aspects - maybe accessories, or a line of clothes that is easier to purchase and easier to wear. Also, if they have a story to tell or a narrative to share, that they were feared to express, this is the time to go out and just express. Everything about Indian traditions, arts and culture, needs that spotlight today, it needs to be celebrated. © Manish Malhotra Tell us something about Ruhaaniyat, your collection. We heard you spent quite some time working on it. Ruhaaniyat is extremely close to my heart because we have been working on it for two years now. We are celebrating 15 years of Manish Malhotra, the label, and 30 years of my work in cinema. © Manish Malhotra For Ruhaaniyat, I wanted to do something that I haven't done too much of before. I travelled to Jaipur, Udaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad and many other places, to come up with a collection that was based on the traditional arts and crafts of India. That is the reason there are influences from Punjab, Mughal, Persian and Awadhi cultures. During the lockdown, I was taking stock of the collection and contemplating what else can be done. It was then that I asked myself, instead of launching it next year, why not launch it this year. © Manish Malhotra Fashion films have been huge this year. Do you think that this is the future of fashion shows, or will we go back to physical shows when things are more convenient? I cannot stress this enough but I have always had a special connection with films, I just love the art form. Fashion films have been a very interesting new medium to work with. I have truly and thoroughly enjoyed it. For me personally, this is the way to go. However, I do realise that when things allow us, most of us would like to go back to the physical shows. © Manish Malhotra How was the experience of making a fashion film during the pandemic? It was a rounded experience, and I loved every aspect of it - directing it, curating it, collaborating with musicians and singers, giving a look to the characters, and creating those characters, and making a narrative. Both the films that I made were made with joy and love, and I hope people will feel it too when they watch the film. © Manish Malhotra How much of your personal style do you incorporate into your designs and the clothes you make? I love Indian clothes, and that smart, tapered, well-cut Indian clothes. I have started enjoying suits as well of late. You get to see the same in my work as well. Men's fashion in India slipped through the cracks of the mainstream fashion scene and has stayed under the radar for far too long. Take a look at any fashion event - fashion weeks, fashion shows et all, and you'll see how in most of them, menswear seems to be an afterthought. Furthermore, shows focussing exclusively on menswear are a rarity. As a series, 'Ace Indian Designers' is an earnest attempt to celebrate the changing phase of men's fashion in India, and those pioneering geniuses who have come to define our sartorial sensibilities. View the full article
  12. Manish Pandey brought out the big guns against Steve Smith’s Rajasthan Royals and helped SunRisers Hyderabad snap a three-game losing streak despite the early loss of important wickets like skipper David Warner and Jonny Bairstow. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@rajasthanroyals) Walking in at 4/1 when Warner fell on his fourth delivery, Pandey saw Bairstow get bowled out by his national teammate Jofra Archer in the third over and in came Vijay Shankar. While the fans for the one-time IPL champions had already made up their mind and were prepared for their fourth consecutive loss, Pandey and Shankar had other plans. Not letting the early damage that the SRH batting lineup took affect his mentality, Pandey attacked the RR bowlers from his first delivery. In the course of his innings, he struck four 4s and eight massive 6s all over the Dubai International Stadium and finished the match with an unbeaten 83-run knock for the win. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@sunrisershyd) To Vijay Shankar’s credit, he stuck with Pandey’s heroic innings, scored a half-ton for himself as well, and the duo managed to build a crucial 140-run partnership in the middle. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@sunrisershyd) For his valiant effort, Manish Pandey was recognised with all sorts of accolades, from the ‘Man of the Match’ award to being named the Game Changer. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@sunrisershyd) A career full of frustrations, that is arguably the best way to define the cricketer in heavy hitter Manish Pandey. Having played in the Indian Premier League for the past 12 years, Pandey has proven time and again why he deserves a spot in any IPL franchise for big bucks. However, when the teams needed him to perform, he’d let them down and himself as well. He is the kind of cricketer every Fantasy league player would want to have in their squad hoping for one of those days on which he simply plays like an unbeatable monster, like he did against Rajasthan on Thursday. In 2009, Pandey became the first Indian to score a century (114*) in the league but in a couple of years, he could only manage to score 143 runs (in 2012) and 136 runs (in 2013). He also got dismissed on zero in four matches during the 2012 season. His strike rate too has been all over the place over the years, ranging between 108.33 and 134.51 when played over 10 matches in a season. Thankfully for Pandey and his Hyderabad franchise, the batsman is looking in decent form this season. Having scored 295 runs in 10 matches with a strike rate of 134.70, he has also struck three half-centuries. With SunRisers Hyderabad just one win away from the IPL playoffs and a rejuvenated Kings XI Punjab right on their tail, they need Pandey to perform like never before. Once a young man with an abundance of raw strength and a lot of potential, the time is right for the 31-year-old to be a team veteran and lead his roster to glory. View the full article
  13. Kartik Aaryan walked the virtual runway for Manish Malhotra's Ruhaaniyat collection for Lakmé Fashion Week, through a film. For Manish Malhotra's virtual show, which was in collaboration with Mijwan Foundation, he presented his collection Ruhaaniyat, this season. © Manish Malhotra Kartik Aaryan who will next be seen in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Dostana 2 has been mindful of the ongoing Unlock restrictions and has only stepped out when deemed necessary. This is apparent through his new hair, which has now become a shoulder-length hairstyle that he flaunted yesterday as well. Take a look at his outfit here: © Manish Malhotra Manish Malhotra and Lakmé Fashion Week partnered with Mijwan artisans through a fund-raising opening show presentation to support them. The collection also happens to be a tribute to artisans and craftsmen and celebrates 10 years of the designer’s association with the Mijwan Foundation. View this post on InstagramA soul filled experience which brings together an amalgamation of emotions that celebrates our heritage, our artisans, the ones who have treasured and preserved our craft for generations to come. Bringing the Nazaakat of Awadh and the vibrance of Punjab, this is Ruhaaniyat, a celebration called life. A couture film by Manish Malhotra Productions @manishmalhotra05 @mwsyouth @lakmefashionwk Special Thanks: Kartik Aaryan (@kartikaaryan) Production: Manish Malhotra Productions (@manishmalhotraworld) Videography & Editing: The Orange Booth (@theorangebooth) Music Courtesy: Jasleen Aulakh (@jasleenaulakhofficial), Polly Saghera (@pollysaghera) & Aman Nath (@amannath05) Beauty Elements: Manish Malhotra Beauty (@manishmalhotrabeauty) Jewels: Manish Malhotra Jewellery by Raniwala 1881 (@manishmalhotrajewellery) Hair & Make-up: for Kartik Aaryan - Milan Thapa (@milankepchaki) & Yugendra Salvi Hair & Make-up: Marce Pedrozo & Team (@marcepedrozo), Nikita Thadani (@nikitathadani9), Humera Shaikh (@humera_shaikh19) Men's Shoe Courtesy:@artimen_tsg @lussolifestyleofficial Choreography: Lubna Adams (@lubna.adam) Backstage & Model Management: Nupur Sagar (@nupursagar) Models: Anita Kumar (@anitakumar05) Ayesha Kanga (@ayeshakanga) Candice Pinto (@ninjapinto) Deepti Gujral (@deeptigujral) Iris Maity (@irismaity7) Kavita Kharayat (@kavitakharayatk) Medha Rana (@medhaarana) Reha Sukheja (@rehasukheja) Subiksha Shivakumar (@subikshashivakumar) Anuj Singh Duhan (@anujsinghduhan) Kian (@kiankaiken) Lakshya Singh Lathar (@lakshlathar) Piyush Walia (@piyushahluwalia1010) Robbie Mairh (@robbiejmairh) Sunny Kamble (@sunnykamble) #ManishMalhotra #ManishMalhotraLabel #ManishMalhotraWorld #ManishMalhotraCoutureFilm #KartikAaryan #Awadh #Punjab #MadeInIndia #IndianCrafts #LakmeFashionWeek #5DaysOfFashion #SpotlightAtLFW #SpotlightReady #LFW2020A post shared by (@manishmalhotraworld)The collection sees works that have drawn inspiration from Punjab, Awadh, and Kutch. With embellished fabrics that have the fine golden detailing of the zari work finely woven at the corners, the hand quilted textiles were seen in hues of teal, pistachio green, dusky pink, grey, maroon, black, and white. Using Mashru, velvets, and muslin in menswear we saw traditional kurtas, khada dupattas, jama angarkhas, and heavy shawls. Adding to the charm, was the Manish Malhotra jewellery line. Kartik Aaryan is seen wearing two studded neckpieces. Over-all, he is wearing 9 layers of studded chains. The handcrafted jewellery was crafted in gold with flat cut diamonds, Russian and Zambian emeralds, and pearls as can be seen on the actor. © Manish Malhotra Commenting on MM's Ruhaaniyat collection, Kartik Aaryan said, “This is the first thing I’m doing in the last seven months of lockdown, primarily because this collection has got a larger purpose and has a noble cause attached to it and through this, I want to show my full support for this initiative. It supports artisans, and I applaud the Mijwan Welfare Society, Lakmé Fashion Week, and Manish Malhotra World for this beautiful initiative.” It is definitely one of the collections to look out for the upcoming weddings in the 'new normal'. View the full article
  14. Manish Malhotra closed the first-ever digital fashion week helmed by the Fashion Design Council Of India with his collection 'Ruhaaniyat' this week. The India Couture Week was a 6-day long showcase wherein designers presented their collections on FDCI's Instagram page. The designers chose starry montages that highlighted the theme of their collection by using elements of light and sound. For this year's collection- Ruhaaniyat, ispiration was taken from the Mughal era. The visual imagery can be attributed to the 'dedicated effort to capture this visual spectacularity in its true grandeur and opulence.' The stunning montage highlights the charm of the majestic era. Take a look at the video here: View this post on Instagram@manishmalhotra05 showcased his couture collection, 'Ruhaaniyat' at FDCI's first-ever digital India Couture Week in association with @hindustantimes featuring bollywood star @janhvikapoor . @manishmalhotraworld presents Ruhaaniyat - A celebration called life. A tribute to our diverse heritage and soulful artistry of the Indian craftsmen. The Nazakat of Awadh and the vibrance of Punjab. #ICW2020 #DecodingCouture #FDCIGoesDigitalA post shared by (@fdciofficial) The menswear in the collection comprised of jama, angrakha and heavy shawls for men in pure and cotton silks, mashru, velvets, and muslins. These would be ideal for a groom at his wedding, reception and engagement nights. In fact, Manish Malhotra couture always offers the fluidity of blending in western elements. Even sneakers would look great with the angrakhas when styled well. View the full article
  15. When it comes to wearing outlandish outfits, Karan Johar gives many elite B-town stars a run for their money with his fashion game. For him, normcore is far from done as he has legit made a head-turning statement wearing some unexpected silhouettes. © Viral Bhayani It's not just Karan who is sartorially woke, but even his best friend and designer Manish Malhotra has shown up several times in offbeat fashion. They both have a maximalist approach when it comes to their wacky fashion sense and we cannot stop admiring them. Recently, the fashionable BFFs were spotted at the airport giving each other an intense competition with their outfits. Take a look here: © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Karan is seen wearing an oversized colour block jacket by Prada. The baggy silhouette with copious pockets has a street-style edge to it. It's a style from Spring/Summer 2020 runway that has sartorial eccentricity to it. © Viral Bhayani On the other hand, even Manish Malhotra made a massive statement with his military green puffer jacket. The way he has layered it with a quirky shawl by Gucci accentuated his look even more. © Viral Bhayani Coming to Karan Johar's sneakers, he dialled up his outfit by wearing chunky-soled trainers by Naked Wolfe. While these graffiti print sneakers have an outdoorsy edge, Manish, kept his sneaker game minimal with his uber-cool white sneakers by Louis Vuitton. As far as the sneakers are concerned, we have to say the designer took the cake! © Viral Bhayani Everything about both of their outfits is extra and yet this is the most fashionable thing we have seen on the internet today. It is merely impossible to decide who won the award since both of them have added their personal touch to their style, making unconventional look super cool. Well, that's your airport look sorted. Thanks to Karan and Manish for giving us some serious style lessons! View the full article
  16. Unapologetic and unconventional - these two words, as insufficient as they might be, best describe the genius that Manish Arora is. He is one of the few veterans of the Indian fashion industry who has been showcasing his sartorial creations in fashion weeks all over the world, for well over two decades now. © Manish Arora To get an idea of his prowess as a designer and more importantly as one of the luminaries of the global fashion scene, one needs to look at the accolades he has collected over the years. The most notable of these accolades will have to be the Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur or the Knight of The Legion of Honour, the highest honour that the French bestow on any individual. © Manish Arora Known for trademark use of a pallet that consists of the colour pink and gold, Manish's creations are a perfect amalgamation of fantasy and contemporary realism, and often are often considered to be kitsch. We sat down with Manish for a candid chat over the Indian fashion scene, the state of men's fashion in India, and how, e-commmerce is changing the way designers think and create. As a veteran designer of the Indian Fashion industry, how would you say have we grown over the years? The Indian fashion industry is now a recognised trendsetter in the global market and has a name for itself. Indian textiles and craftsmanship is now applauded and recognised all around the world and is also being showcased on an international front. © Manish Arora There is now a demand for Indian designer wear as our contemporaries are now recognising the individuality that we offer to the global market. Going back to Indian roots, it's a proud feeling to see the recognition that India is getting. What direction do you see the industry taking? The Indian fashion industry is now an established one and we see it proudly growing in a positive direction. Globalisation has helped the world become an easily connected and more accessible place where fashion is no longer an alien concept. © Manish Arora Today the Indian consumer is a discerning one who is conscious about what he is wearing and what the garment is made of. He no longer blindly follows trends but is committed to making fashion work for him. How big of an impact has e-commerce or online shopping made on couture? It is often said that every action has an equal reaction and in the same way e-commerce has impacted the couture industry in an acceptable way. Ready to wear has obviously become more accessible much to the joy of patrons all over the world. Couture is classic and reserved for runways where the designers get to have the liberty of thought and expression. Translation of thoughts in a fashionable way, that's what couture encapsulates. © Instagram/manisharorafashion Tell us something about your collaboration with Koovs. This is our second collaboration. Based on the theme of 'Love' it has some of our classic archived pieces which we are sharing with KOOVS to spread it across the entire country. It is a 40 piece collection which includes some exciting accessories, like shoes, passport holders, bum bags beside clothing. © Manish Arora What is that one trend in men's fashion that you don't like, or don't agree with? A simple pair of blue jeans. They're too simple for my taste. © Instagram/manisharorafashion What are your views on the debate around Maximalism Vs Minimalism? Believing that all elements work in synergy, my style revolves around using elements to the best of their ability. I believe that nothing is ever too much, but there is always a way of looking at things. Appreciative of the more is less theory, bigger and brighter is always better and that's why my style is individualistic and is a medium for many to express their emotions via fashion. © Instagram/manisharorafashion Where do you think men's fashion in India is heading? It is changing a lot, in terms of fashion, men are getting more aware of what works for them and they have their own personal style. It is only going to become a bigger market in the next 5 years. Three words you'd use to describe your signature style. Bizarre, Whimsical, Kitsch. © Instagram/manisharorafashion Do you think traditional Indian menswear is evolving? Yes, by going back to its roots. One celebrity who can teach everyone else a lesson or two on how to pull off the Indian aesthetic elegantly, when it comes to menswear. Ranveer Singh © Instagram/manisharorafashion One thing men should never do while dressing up in traditional Indian wear. Men should never wear sneakers when going ethnic. One traditional Indian menswear item you believe every Indian man should have in his wardrobe, and why. A well-tailored Nehru Jacket. Men's fashion in India slipped through the cracks of the mainstream fashion scene and has stayed under the radar for far too long. Take a look at any fashion event - fashion weeks, fashion shows et all, and you'll see how in most of them, menswear seems to be an afterthought. Furthermore, shows focussing exclusively on menswear are a rarity. As a series, Draping Indian Men is an earnest attempt to celebrate the changing phase of men's fashion in India, and those pioneering geniuses who have come to define our sartorial sensibilities. View the full article
  17. While we spend our summers looking for discounts on rented ACs, there are some people who probably do something a little less depressing. Shopping, for example. Manish Paul sure is one of them. He was recently spotted with a Limited Edition LV backpack that made us cry looking at our wallets. Manish looked ecstatic as he showed his majestic new acquisition off. Have a look. © Viral Bhayani The super swanky red backpack is a Louis Vuitton x Supreme Christopher Backpack Epi PM, that is a rare, limited edition piece. The secret behind the neon-like vibrancy of the bag lies in the exclusive durable Epi leather, which debuted as Louis Vuitton's first permanent leather collection in 1985, and goes through a special dying process. The bag has adjustable leather straps, with a matching leather top and flap opening. It debuted at the Louis Vuitton Fall 2017 menswear show in Paris. © Twitter Now, coming to the price bit. When we say it's exorbitantly priced, we are not exaggerating one bit. It costs a whopping $3900, that is, Rs 2,66,350. You can legit buy a car for that amount. Well, a Nano, but that still counts as a car. Not too shabby, Manish! © Viral Bhayani We like the fact that he has chosen to wear the most basic colours, so that none of our attention is deviated from the red beauty slung over his shoulder in a 'supreme'ly camera friendly manner. The black-grey combo with the white shoes is the perfect accompaniment with that bag. Yes, we believe the clothes qualify as the accessories here, with that bag in the picture. © Viral Bhayani All we can say is that, it is a kickass bag to have and we all are jealous, Manish. *opens wallet, cries*
  18. Virat Kohli has made it to the headlines not only because he is a great cricketer, but also because of his 'angry, young man' attitude. He has been caught swearing on the field more times than he would like. And this time too, the stump mic caught a cricketer abusing during a match but it was someone we'd never expect: MS Dhoni. Dhoni usually appears to be as this calm and composed person but obviously, everyone has bad days. © Twitter In the 2nd T20 against South Africa, both Dhoni and Manish Pandey showcased good performances but that wasn't enough for the team to win. While we did lose to South Africa, it wasn't just that which concerned the Indian fans: it was something that Dhoni said. During the 20th over, Dhoni suddenly shouted at Pandey, who was on the other end, and said, “Oye, Bho***ke, idhar dekh le. Udhar kya dekh raha hai?” If you didn't notice this epic moment, then Twitter has got your back: Really is that you #Dhoni ? ð #SAvIND #INDvSA #manishpandey pic.twitter.com/RuvCehOTV6 — PATRIOT ð®ð³ (@iamchetss) February 21, 2018 We'll admit, the second word of the sentence isn't very clear. Some Twitter users were quick to point out the fact that Dhoni did use cuss words on the field while others were confused and feel that he said, “Oye, Bola tha na idhar dekhle, udhar kya dekh raha hai?” And then there are some who are on a completely different tangent and feel that he said “Bhoot** ke”. 1. Quite An Explanation He said, "oyee...bhootni ke idhar dekh ley, udhar kya dekh raha hai" I guess Dhoni didnt want d strike, as he ws not hitting d ball well, but fortunately after dis incident, he got his shots n rhythm back — Rajneesh kumar (@tararaj1516) February 21, 2018 2. Memes Have Already Started. When you are telling something important to your friend but he is busy on his phone. pic.twitter.com/mOJ2nyAGwa — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) February 21, 2018 3. Kya Yaar Kohli. Ye kohli ne bc poore team ka jaban gangajal se pavitra kar diya haiððððð — THAKUR साहब (@Amanproudbihari) February 21, 2018 4. Pretty Much Words that have been identified 1. Oye 2. Bhosdike 3. Gaand 4. Dekh le 5. Ghar 6. Hila That kind of summarises the story. — chin2incal (@chin2incal) February 21, 2018 5. This Girl Is Super Disappointed. Am i the only one who still can't believe tht Dhoni gave a gali! Thts not possible... I guess he said 'bole the na'... But even if he gave any plzzz Mahi nahi!? Request!!! — Srishti Jain (@srishtimjain) February 21, 2018 6. But Did He Really? Whats a real match without a few gaalis between boys?ð MS Dhoni saying it like it is ð·"Oye bho**** idhar dekh le"#MSDhoni #MSD #INDvSA pic.twitter.com/Xx9QwoTPdk — Rosy (@rose_k01) February 21, 2018 7. This Could Be It. he is not telling...bhosdike....he is telling...'bole the na idhar dekhne...udhar dekh raha hai...here is jharkhand we speak like that bole the..kiye the etc. — Vikas Kumar (@vprabhat) February 21, 2018 8. And The Debate Continues. Bhootnike bola. Don't spread shit. — Prashant Tiwari (@uniqueTiwari) February 21, 2018 Just like the rest of the country, we are super confused as to what he said. What do you think? Was Dhoni REALLY channeling his inner Kohli or was it just misinterpreted? For a man who has won plaudits for his calm and composed demeanor on the field, Dhoni losing his cool and eventually giving a mouthful to young Manish Pandey has probably highlighted the fact that he is human after all. In the crucial stages of the game, where a budding star like Pandey can easily lose focus, the former Indian captain - despite his choice of words - ensured that his partner was as focussed as he was in a bid to get their team to safety. And, for that, if we can't laud Dhoni, then we surely can't hate him.
  19. Celebrity airport sightings are easy—a beastly Boeing arrives, a movie star boards and off he/she goes with an expensive Business class ticket. Sometimes, there's also a private jet in this picture. But that's absolutely not what's important here. Besides paparazzi shots and absolute fan frenzy at the terminals—the actor's sartorial choices hold the most sacred to us. VJ, funny man and gun-blessed human—Manish Paul is just one of the reasons why we're saying that here. Come rain, clogged roads or people wading through the waters in aamchi Mumbai, Mr. Paul is always neck-deep in the most stylish and functional gear. Wearing a hooded tank top (cc: popping gym results), solid black Puma-Ferrari lounge pants and patterned ankle-length kicks to break the monotony, the lad really nailed the aspect the weather-appropriate dressing this time around. © Viral Bhayani Manish Paul knows the art of a frequent weather check. Sure, it's raining, thundering and pouring in the city, but Mumbai's humid anyway. While the hoodie-detailing is guarding him from the cold winds of the rain, the tank top's ensuring the humidity doesn't get to him. The lounge pants? Well, they're an obvious, easy and comfortable choice for an airport outing. The footwear too is plimsolled, made of canvas and all in all a great bet for transitional weather. Agreed, they're white and aren't great for the muck, but these pseudo-converse/hypebeast kicks look dope. © Viral Bhayani But if we say that's literally all we have to say, Mr. Paul's Disney Hulk Spinner Suitcase by American Tourister is stopping us from holding the tongue. If it's just an accessory he's flaunting—big ups, sir! For picking utility over style and yet, maintaining your fashion integrity. If it's an indication of the genre of movies he's into, we're not complaining either. © American Tourister All said and done, the biggest takeaway here: you're never too old to own Disney merchandise—LOL.
  20. IT-boy-of-the-moment, all-round-charmer, a man with 8-pack abs and Kriti Sanon's alleged beau—Sushant Singh Rajput—is definitely a Bollywood style star. His progress from a TV actor to a bonafide sartorial sensation is all thanks to his collaboration with stylist duo—the Vainglorious, and his unique ability to wear clothes that are relatable yet cool—especially to his fans. © Viral Bhayani SSR's charm is so infectious that it appeals to a wide section of women (and men). So, it was only natural for Mr. Rajput to get a ticket for the most anticipated (and coveted) fashion event of the season a.k.a Manish Malhotra's closing show at Lakme Fashion Week. © Viral Bhayani And, in a sea of mega-celebrities and boys dressed to the nines, Sushant graced the head ramp in the most unexpected suit we've ever seen—at least on him. Brace yourself—gays and gals—because Mr. Rajput wore a double-breasted mustard suit by Manish Malhotra that could easily fit the costume department of Great Gatsby. © Viral Bhayani Sushant styled his heavy-duty suit with a chill T-shirt and spiked-up hair. But that's not all because when we first saw the suit we were totally expecting it to be paired with white sneakers. Because fashion. Because that's what a millennial actor would do. But not Sushant. The 'Raabta' actor surprised us with his footwear choice by throwing in a pair of ethnic-y tasseled loafers—that could've easily belonged to the closet of a ‘20s Maharaja! © Viral Bhayani BRB, shopping for tassled loafers right now!
  21. Everyone knows Manish Malhotra—the name, his larger-than-life designs and the incredible moment he manages to create on cinema—especially through his image-altering creations. Like the iconic transformation of Urmila from Rangeela, or the incredible launch of boy-next-door-turned-***-objects, Varun (Dhawan) and Sidharth (Malhotra) from Student of the year. What we are trying to say is that Mr. Malhotra's impact on the Indian fashion and film industry is enormous. Manish is to fashion, what SRK is to Bollywood. But what's even grander is his crew—a group of old-school and new-age celebrities and supermodels that are as close knit as one can be. He's also the busiest designer right now. Reason? Just after his high-profile couture show at India Couture Week in Delhi, Manish is all set to showcase a brand new collection at Lakme Fashion Week as his grand finale collection. Here's what you can expect... MXP: Tell us about the Inspiration behind the menswear collection—the palette, layering, fabrics etc.. MM: My collection Tales of Indulgence showcases the diversity I wanted to bring into menswear fashion. We've curated looks using textured fabrics like tweed and experimented with various cuts and silhouettes. The colour palettes range from chrome and oyster to grey and ivory and will lend a young, glamorous element to traditional festive attire. MXP: Are suits the new sherwanis? Why? MM: Well, the bridegroom is changing and so are his fashion preferences. While they are Indian at heart, they're also highly influenced by social media. Bridegrooms no longer want to follow the typical trend of wearing a sherwani all the time. They've become more experimental when it comes to fabrics, colors, and silhouettes. With this collection, I am introducing a new kind of bandwidth of Manish Malhotra. I love getting that diversity as a designer, as a label, as a person and I am pushing myself to do a lot more silhouettes. MXP: What are the biggest trends for the upcoming festive season? MM: This season is all about opting for high fashion looks straight off the runway that showcase an intricate design story of feathers, sequins, tassels, fringes, off shoulder and cold shoulder styles reminiscent of the fearless flapper trend of 1920's. One can beautifully play with pastel hues of ivory, grey, beige, lilac, aqua and baby pink, which are replacing the monotony of the traditional colors. For women, it will be cocktail dresses, flowy gowns with trains. For men, it will be fitted tuxedos, dinner jackets, bow-ties in colourful fabrics. MXP: What can we expect from the finale collection? MM: My closing show at Lakmé Fashion Week on 20th August will for the very first time present bespoke suits for men. After a successful menswear show at LFW a few seasons ago, the new collection Tales of Indulgence is a step forward through a renewed focus on the segment. With this collection, we've taken a step forward in terms of innovation and design by also introducing a bespoke tailoring service that will be available at our flagships store in Mumbai and New Delhi. The collection for women has been given a modern twist keeping it traditional and festive at the same time. Silhouettes like the stitched Sari and cape Kurtas in a colour palette including chrome, oyster grey and ivory lend a young, glamorous element to the festive attire. For the first time, we have also used black extensively in the collection. The collection accentuates the sensuality of the female form by using straight lines, flowy fabrics and low cuts in its construction which gives it a modern touch.
  22. <p>Manish Malhotra is a big fashion and Bollywood name. Even bigger is his celebrity and loyal following that was seated front and centre for his India Couture Week show. Few facts: 1) There's literally no one the man hasn't dressed (or styled) 2) His A-list clientele wears his designs over and over again, and 3) He's Bollywood go-to name! But now you'd say, "His style isn't for me. Men don't wear shiny and glitter...all over their clothes." Let's deal with your douche-bag sensibilities at a later date, but for now—his show last night was everything you should ever buy this wedding season. At least, where the menswear is concerned. Sure, there was a glitter bomber walking it's course, or a high-shine bandhgala making it's runway debut, but overall—the pieces were, if we may, absolutely ready-to-wear and for men of every style. As a round-up of the best of menswear last night, here are 7 trends from the show that you should wearing, before they make rounds of the biggest Bollywood circuits!</p> 1. Grey trousers With Everything. <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-500" title="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-1-1501510386.jpg" alt="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-1-1501510386.jpg" />© Viral Bhayani</p> <p>While you're stuck in a white shirt+grey trousers rut, Manish's menswear army is already pairing them with embroidered bandhgalas, Surprised? Don't be. He paired them with kurtas and long jackets. Base line: you should too!</p> 2. Asymmetrical Bandhgalas <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-500" title="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-2-1501510404.jpg" alt="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-2-1501510404.jpg" />© Viral Bhayani</p> <p>What separates Bandhgalas placed in closets of Mannat to yours, is probably an asymmetrical hemline. Agreed, you need money to afford a Manish Malhotra bandhgala suit, but dude, you've got a tailor round the corner who doesn't ask for a million bucks.</p> 3. Pleated Kurtas <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-500" title="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-3-1501510428.jpg" alt="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-3-1501510428.jpg" />© Viral Bhayani</p> <p>First off, get over your obsession with that foreign brand selling Indian wear. And once you do, invest in Indian, homegrown brands. For instance, Manish Malhotra's version of a kurta is pleated, cripsy white and is worn under a bandhgala jacket. What you can do: wear it with slim-fit jeans and two-toned brogues!</p> 4. Patent Leather Dress Shoes <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-500" title="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-4-1501510463.jpg" alt="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-4-1501510463.jpg" />© Viral Bhayani</p> <p>Also known as the trickiest leather to flaunt, patent leather dress shoes can now be called au courant. Especially when it comes to Indian wear. But stick to your gut and stay away from any glitter/shine on top. It isn't Friday night and you're not a disco ball.</p> 5. Glitter Jackets With Kurtas. <p style=" margin:8px 0 0 0; padding:0 4px;"><a style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BXLdPMHhrSD/" target="_blank">Of course @manishmalhotra05's menswear was shimmering bright #icw2017</a></p> <p style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px; margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;">A post shared by MENSXP (@mensxpofficial) on Jul 30, 2017 at 10:25am PDT</p> <p>Men, not everything that glitters is gold. It could be a jacket off Manish Malhotra's recently-concluded show and one, that isn't even the only star attraction of the outfit. Notice the centrally-pleated black kurta, that looks nothing less than what Ranveer Singh would wear to a club (LOL). </p> 6. Sequined Long Ethnic Jackets <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-500" title="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-5-1501510587.jpg" alt="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-5-1501510587.jpg" />© Viral Bhayani</p> <p>This is almost like something that's alien to Indian menswear—sequins. TBH, men of all age, race, cast, gender refrain from having sequins stitched into their apparel. Simple reason: sequins are for women and they wear them as dresses. But if this is any indication, sequins for men are absolutely kay. </p> 7. Colour To Try: Midnight Blue <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-500" title="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-6-1501510506.jpg" alt="Top 7 Trends From Manish Malhotra's Show You Should Be Wearing Before Bollywood Does" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/top-7-trends-from-manish-malhotra-s-show-you-should-be-wearing-before-bollywood-does-500-6-1501510506.jpg" />© Viral Bhayani</p> <p>For a change, let's just say—this is one Ranveer Singh outfit you can absolutely cop.</p> <p></p>
  23. In a cricket-frenzy nation like India, cricketers are understandably worshipped like gods. And, while the iconic stars run away with the limelight, the upcoming and budding cricketers are generally left lurking in the shadows. But, not any more, at least not in the case of Manish Pandey. From becoming the first Indian to score an IPL hundred to scripting India's memorable T20 win against Australia in 2016, Pandey has established his reputation as one of the most promising youngsters in the country. Twitter And, if the ongoing edition of the IPL is anything to go by, Pandey has not only matured over the years, but he has also perfected the art of delivering under pressure. The right-hander has been a force to be reckoned with for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) this season with some scintillating knocks under his belt. But it was arguably his match-winning knock against Delhi Daredevils on Monday that floored us all. The 27-year-old slammed a an unbeaten 69 in dire situations to guide Kolkata to a thrilling four-wicket win over Delhi. Twitter Chasing a total of 168 runs, Kolkata suffered early setbacks with Colin de Grandhomme (1), Gautam Gambhir (14) and Robin Uthappa (4) dimissed for a mere 21 runs on the board. Rising to the occasion, Pandey stitched a brilliant 110-run partnership with Yusuf Pathan who notched up his maiden fifty this season. But, a flurry of wickets in the death overs, left Kolkata reeling with all their hopes pinned down on Pandey. And, the explosive batsman didn't disappoint. Twitter With nine runs required off the final over, Delhi fancied their chances after getting rid of Chris Woakes (3), but Pandey killed all their hopes with a massive six on the fourth delivery and then scored the winning runs, securing a thrilling win for Kolkata with a ball to spare. Pandey's exploits also earned him the orange cap as he now leads the list of top run-scorers in the IPL this season. In the four games he has played so far, the youngster has slammed 221 runs including two fifties and has been unbeaten on three occasions. What a finisher this Manish Pandey is. And what a calm head! — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) April 17, 2017 we won it. Hurrah! we won it. @iamsrk u r d king & will always remain d king whether it's Bollywood or IPL. Well done @im_manishpandey — MsAnamika Sen (@bengaltigress11) April 17, 2017 What A Great Match Winning Knock By Manish Pandey. Nerves Of Steel. ??? 69 Off 49 Balls ?#KKRvDD #DDvKKR #KKRvsDD #DDvsKKR pic.twitter.com/DnHYM38opU — Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) April 17, 2017 @im_manishpandey you beauty! Great presence of mind.great performance! Congratulations @KKRiders @IPL @SonySIX #ipl #DDvKKR — Shrey Aggarwal (@shrey_99) April 17, 2017 Great presence of mind and superb running by Manish Pandey at the end. Didn't go for a big shot. Hit exactly where there were two. #IPL — Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) April 17, 2017 KKR won by 4 wickets! Manish Pandey? Man! You nailed it ? Congratulations Team @KKRiders & @iamsrk ❤#DDvKKR #IPL — Virat Kohli (@imPriyaVK) April 17, 2017 Manish Pandey is such an exciting batsman to watch, can be the perfect finisher alongside Kedhar Jadhav in #CT17 — Sameer Allana (@HitmanCricket) April 17, 2017 Manish pandey love you what a shot.... A winning shot.. # kkr # — ishank mittal (@ishank706565) April 17, 2017 A great calm finisher in the making @im_manishpandey, Steals d show with last over heroics #KKRvDD #ipl Desperately want to see u in #CT17 — Pratik Dutta (@_Devil_Pratik) April 17, 2017 Manish Pandey has won the match all alone n proved again today that he is very very talented cricketer. #DDvsKKR #IPL2017 — Giri_Speaks (@imchampgiri) April 17, 2017 This boy is the hero.. Love the way he play.. Love u Manish @im_manishpandey ? #AmiKkr pic.twitter.com/mKaFK3Cpwi — Valar Morghulis™ (@pallabi_SRK) April 17, 2017
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