Actor Randeep Hooda, who has walked ramp for many designers, says he might launch a fashion line in future, but for now he is finding his “own footing in style”.
Bollywood stars like Kangana Ranaut, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone as well as Karan Johar have shared their fashion sense through a line, capsule collection or collaboration. And it seems Randeep is ready to take the same path.
Randeep, who walked into the world of glitz and glamour as a model before entering the tinsel town as an actor, was back on ramp on Friday as the showstopper for designer Rohit Kamra at an ongoing fashion event here.
When IANS asked about sharing his style statement with the world, he quipped that he is not ready to ask others to follow his style yet.
“I was a model before acting. Maybe that (fashion line) is on the cards but I don’t know. I think I am still finding my own footing in my style. As I am associated with horses, so that takes a lot of my time. Let us see… that (fashion line) might be on the cards but I don’t want to be pompous and say ‘Hey, follow my style’,” Randeep told IANS.
What is his personal fashion sense?
“I think dress for the occasion. I opt for tuxedo for formal occasions, and maybe a bandhgala for traditional wear,” he said.
The actor looked dapper as he exuded sophistication in a white jacket teamed up with brown trousers, and also seemed to have got back to a fit frame. He went on a weight loss spree for his avatar as Sarabjit Singh for the biopic “Sarbjit”.
He lost weight to get to the skin of the character, but the “Highway” actor urged people to refrain from following the same pursuit as it is “not healthy”.
“I don’t think you should try that weight loss at home. I don’t think it is healthy for you. Just eat, enjoy life. It helps your brain to be pleasant,” he added.
Randeep’s love for horses is a known fact. So when he was asked about the recent incident where a horse was brutally thrashed and injured reportedly by a politician, Randeep said he is not sure about the turn of events, but it was a sad incident.
“I’m not sure how the horse got injured. I have not been following it but the fact that the horse got injured is very sad and we are going through political tussles. But I am sure he is in safe hands,” Randeep said.