Bollywood actress Chitrangada Singh took the ramp for designer Anita Dongre in a sensuous white gown.
The Delhi-based actress, who shone to success in Sudhir Mishra's brilliant 2005 film, Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi, has been compared to legendary actress, Smita Patil, no less. After a knockout performance in Hazaaron, Chitrangada was seen in Kal -- Yesterday And Tomorrow. And that was the last we saw of her. Until now.
Chitrangada is back in Onir's new film, Sorry Bhai, which co-stars Sanjay Suri, Sharman Joshi, Shabana Azmi and Boman Irani, who also made an appearance at the showing.
Twenty seven-year-old Lakshmi Menon is indeed hot property at the moment. She has walked the ramp for several big names in the fashion business and is the new face for both Givenchy and Hermes campaigns.
Moni, as she is popularly known in modelling circles, was discovered back in 2004 at the age of 21, the same year in which she bagged one of the top five spots in the French Metropolitan agency's 2003 Top Model Contest. Then came a year-long stint in Paris and today she is a perma-fixture on the Indian ramp.
She may be 38, but Padma Lakshmi, ex-wife of celebrated author Salman Rushdie, shows no signs of aging or of slowing down, for that matter. Besides modelling for big names like Ralph Lauren, Alberta Ferretti and Valentino, she has completed stints as an actress, television presenter and very successful cookbook author.
Ujjwala started her career at the tender age of 17, winning the Femina Look of the Year title at Miss India Pageant in 1996. At 30, she's already been there and done it all, gracing umpteen magazine covers and walked the ramp for heavyweights like Yves Saint-Laurent, Victoria's Secret and Roberto Cavalli. Now married, Ujjwala is the proud mommy of a little girl, but she still can give the younger model brigade a run for their money!