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Sushmita Sen walked the ramp at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2018

August 24th, 2018 | by vBollywood Author
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Sushmita Sen walked the ramp at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2018
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Sushmita Sen was the showstopper at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2018. The actress and former beauty queen Sushmita Sen shared her views about her journey as a single mother and a star. She feels it has not been an easy ride. Sushmita Sen feels fighting for being the person has its own difficulties, she is regarded to be an epitome of strength.

Sushmita told reporters: “There is an aspect to what they say which I don’t take personally… As in they are talking about me, and there are certain amazing qualities in the way I have lived my life, but then you also have to be me to know that it’s not an easy ride. It has its own difficulties to fight for who you are.”

“It’s not an easy job, but you keep doing it for 25 years and it becomes a habit. And you are just accepted post that,” added the mother of two adopted daughters Renee and Alisha.

The 42-year-old feels that women yearn for strength in general.

“Women want that strength and if a person embodies it, they tend to look at that person and say you epitomise it. The truth is it’s the desire to epitomise it… That strength in a woman,” she added.

Sushmita Sen was crowned Miss Universe in 1994 at the age of 18, was at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2018 to walk the ramp as a showstopper for the label RmKV, which showcased an assortment of reversible, innovative draping and lightweight silk saris.

The actress walked the ramp sporting a jumpsuit with a reversible sari and said that wearing the six-yard drape makes her feel a lot more feminine and it’s a fashion statement that always remains trendy.

“I don’t think the sari is going out of fashion because as long as you have Hindi films and actors sporting saris, it will never go out of fashion. I think it is fantastic that we are trying to find innovative ways to drape saris because the younger generations likes choices,” said Sushmita, whose sari-clad look in Main Hoon Na became a rage.

The millennials want to be contemporary in every way possible, she mentioned.

“And to be fair, in the global arena, celebrities around the world have tried to drape it already. Why shouldn’t we? This belongs to us. So, of course one should be free to express themselves however they choose,” Sushmita asserted.

About her acting, Sushmita’s last big screen appearances were in the 2010 Bollywood film No Problem and in Bengali film Nirbak.

Sharing about making a comeback, she said: ” (I am) Finally reading lot of scripts and I really like two. I will tell you when I am closer to signing it.”

Photo courtesy: www.koimoi.com

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