|Photographs by Gajanan Dudhalkar
Style according to you is…
Being comfortable in what you’re wearing.
Most extravagant buy
A pair of Armani sunglasses.
What do you like to mix and match?
I love playing with colours, especially vibrant shades. So, I team blue with green and yellow, pink or even orange — it depends on my mood.
Your favourite shopping destination
I love London — where a lot of our film shoots take place — and South Africa. London’s Oxford Street has everything from top brands to local products.
You have a fetish for
Shoes. I play around with colours in my sneakers and keds but stick to neutral shades for my formal shoes.
I like cross-shaped pendants and have them in materials ranging from silver to wood and steel.
The trend you are sporting at the moment
Comfortable casuals like shorts worn with a T-shirt; loose cargos or linen trousers teamed with a cotton shirt.
On a date, you’d be seen wearing
Jeans and a formal shirt in white, grey or blue. I wouldn’t play with bright shades here.
Clothes, they say, maketh a man. True or false?
True. What you wear is an index of your personality and shows how you want to project yourself.
Which character out of history would you like to dress as?
Jawaharlal Nehru, as his sense of dressing was classy, and in a way, quite regal. Though I’m not sure if that would suit me.
You have a nose for?
Black XS by Paco Rabanne; I carry it with me wherever I go.
A fashion tip...
Just be confident in whatever you wear.