Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit accompanied by husband Dr. Sriram Nene attended a launch of coffee table book 'Ladakh and Spiti Chronicles' by Income Tax Chief Commissioner Mahendra Singh at Jehangir Art Gallery, Terrace Hall, Kalaghoda in south Mumbai. Madhuri Dixit looked radiant in a wine coloured salwar kameez while Sriram Nene opted for blue shirt and navy blue coat
When not busy with number crunching, Mumbai-based income tax chief commissioner Mahendra Singh allows his passion for photography to take over. The exhibition, Impressions of the Exotic Ladakh and Spiti, is a culmination of his seven years of travel in the region
Mahendra Singh has also penned his travelogue, Ladakh and Spiti Chronicles, which will be released on March 3 at the same venue, and features 32 of his best pictures from over 3,000 taken in the region
The Indian Revenue Service officer Mahendra Singh is accompanied by his family for two or three photographic excursions every year, typically for a week to ten days
Mahendra Singh said, "I was enchanted by the cold and bleak desert landscapes of Ladakh and Spiti perched on the southeastern edge of the Tibetan Plateau. It was the meditative quality of this region which drove me to try to capture it in all its beauty."
Madhuri Dixit, on the other hand, took a break of five years after starring in 2002's "Devdas". In 2007, she came back on-screen with 'Aaja Nachle' and then was away from films for seven years before featuring in 'Gulaab Gang' in 2014. She has just featured in the comedy entertainer 'Total Dhamaal'
Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit who was last seen in the movie 'Total Dhamaal' attended a coffee table book launch of Income Tax Chief Commissioner. She was accompanied by husband Sriram Nene at Kalaghoda in south Mumbai. We have pictures. All pictures/Yogen Shah
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