Shraddha Kapoor may be playing a rebellious girl in her upcoming film 'Baaghi', but the actress says she will only go beyond and break the norms for something she believes in.
Shraddha Kapoor. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar
The 27-year-old actress, who will be sharing screen with her childhood friend Tiger Shroff for the first time in the Shabbir Khan film, said she doesn't endorse the idea of being a rebel for no reason.
"I am a rebel in some ways, but I would like to be rebel for a cause. That could be any cause I believe in. Being rebellious unnecessarily is something I don't prefer or endorse," Shraddha told PTI on the sidelines of ongoing Lakme Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016.
The 'ABCD2' actress turned showstopper for celebrity designer Masaba, whose collection was inspired by the iconic works of Matthieu Venot (ace French photographer) & Katrin Bremermann (celebrated German artist).
The collection was aimed at bridging the gap between Indian and modern wear curated for a travel enthusiast and the designer dressed her muse in new version of saree made of stretchable wetsuit/scuba suit fabric.
Known for her quirky and catchy prints Masaba incorporated chaap tilak, sliced garlic and chillies in her clothes this time.
"When it comes to my prints, I rely on a lot instinct and what I am feeling at that particular time while creating my collection. This time I wanted to do something which is very Indian but with a twist. Chaap tilak as a motif is beautiful and apart from it I wanted to do something that is a little organic," the designer said.
Masaba also modernized contemporary Indian handloom like Ikkat patterns on fabrics ranging from fluid natural crepes and coarse cottons.
Other celebrities, who attended the show, were Sanjay Dutt along with wife Manyata, Mira Rajput, Sonakshi Sinha and Sophie Chaudhary. Ali Bhatt's mother Soni Razdan was also present.