Ranveer Singh stuns in outfit by Lahore-based designer

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Ranveer Singh is known for his eccentric sense of style. Therefore, when the 34-year-old star showed up in a peculiar Manish Arora outfit and dark eyes at his own wedding party over the weekend, no one was surprised.

If anything, it took quite a while for the heartthrob to return to his quirky fashion sense. And we mean this in the best way possible.

After all the gorgeous traditional pictures from his wedding with Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone, went viral on social media, it felt like a breath of fresh air when the Befikre star shared a picture of a recent magazine cover of his.

Singh, dressed in an embroidered black ensemble looked fierce. And who was the outfit by? A Lahore based fashion guru, Mohsin Naveed Ranjha.

Back in August, Ranjha hinted on a possible collaboration with a star from across the border.

“Something is brewing between the two borders. Mohsin Naveed Ranjha is super excited to reveal who the new face of his upcoming campaign is. We’re at the edge of our seat from anticipation! How excited are you?” the post read.

The official Instagram handle of the brand then shared a picture of the designer with the Padmaavat star and captioned it, “To do something different and achieve great heights, one shouldn’t be afraid to explore (these)’ says our Creative Director about his upcoming shoot with heartthrob.”

The Bajirao Mastani star will be gracing the cover of Filmfare magazine in the outfit next month. “While everyone is still not over the celebrations of #DeepVeer, we at Mohsin Naveed Ranjha present to you the cover for Filmfare Magazine, featuring the heartthrob, Ranveer Singh!” the post read.

“He makes the perfect style statement in this complete bespoke look that we, Team MNR, created keeping his personality in mind.”

 

However, this isn’t the first time Bollywood artists have collaborated with Pakistani designers. Starlets such as Kareena Kapoor Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Kangana Ranaut and others are often spotted in outfits by Pakistani designers.

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