Attired in a black and beige 'sherwani' or Indian-style coat with intricate ethnic motifs at the hemline and sequin work at the collars, the star walked the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) ramp for designer Arjun Khanna here late Saturday.
The sherwani was tastefully teamed with beige churidar and red scarf to give a dramatic effect, the ac
tor's face and hair were painted golden.
'Before I came here I didn't know that my face would be painted golden. Only when I reached the venue and sat on a chair (backstage) to get the make-up done, I got to know about it. But I enjoyed the whole experience,' Ranbir told IANS after the show.
He refused to comment on his romantic link-up with Deepika. Starting with his signature dance step from the title song of 'Saawariya', Ranbir descended on the runway.
And then he spotted Deepika sitting next to his mother Neetu Singh. Cutting short his catwalk, he blew a flying kiss towards her. Deepika blushed and hid her face behind her cascade of hair.
While Deepika sported a light grey tube top with abstract prints matched with slim fit dark blue jeans, yesteryear actress Neetu Singh was decked in white trousers and a kurta top with white, red and blue geometric prints and Swarovski work at the neckline.
'There couldn't have a better confession of love than this. Ranbir made it clear at the LFW that Deepika is his love interest,' said Rashmi Singh, who attended the show.
Unlike his contemporaries, Ranbir did not take expert advice from his ladylove, who was a model by profession. 'No I did not take any tips from Deepika before walking the ramp. I had never walked the ramp before. It was the first time for me but I was quite confident. It proved to be an excellent experience,' Ranbir said.
'Moreover, the Indian fashion industry is growing very fast and if I can contribute a little to it, it would be great,' he added.
When asked how fashion conscious he is, Ranbir said: 'I am not fashionable at all. My knowledge about fashion is only through Arjun. Fashion for me is being comfortable.'
After the show, Deepika left the venue with Neetu in the same car.
The five-day fashion extravaganza at the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) would end on April 2. Fifty-seven designers, established and new, including the likes of Narendra Kumar, Kiran Uttam Ghosh, Neeta Lulla, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Wendell Rodricks will show their collections.