Mumbai, March 13 (IANS) 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai' was told from the viewpoint of a police officer and Randep Hooda played the role. But the actor says he has not so far been approached by director Milan Luthria for the sequel to the crime thriller.
'I am not sure I am in the sequel or not because I haven't been approached as yet. I haven't seen the script, so I don't know what's going on. I am talking to Milan on and off ...what I know, nothing is concrete in terms of casting. I have not been approached,' Randeep told IANS on the sidelines of the Lakme Fashion Week here.
The 34-year-old was the showstopper for designer Rajat K. Tangi, who is also his stylist.
'Rajat is styling me for three-four years now. I always like what is comfortable, fits you well and what's right for you more than anything else. And of course, he knows what's latest so you kind of trust him,' said the actor who entered Bollywood with 'Monsoon Wedding'. After that he was seen in 'D', 'Risk' and 'Ru-Ba-Ru'.
Rajat showcased his 'Bella Dona' collection, which includes signature silhouettes of the label such as fitted dresses and gowns. It also includes modern pieces - jackets, featuring exquisite detailing through hand-finished jeweled embroidery.
In the menswear range, there were shirts, trousers and shorts, as also suits that carried fitted tailoring and sharp European finishing. Some had renaissance paintings printed on them.
'What I like about Rajat that he takes the measurements and works on it. When you finally wear it, it feels like a second skin. All his lines are very wearable,' said Randeep.