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Walking a different path

DNJAI32776 | 5/22/2012 | Author : Payal Banerjee | WC :485

Abhimanyu Singh, well-loved for his portrayal of the rather dark ‘Ransa’ in Gulaal, is all set to reveal his lesser-known side to Jaipur in the upcoming Rajasthan Fashion Week

Born in Jahanabad, actor Abhimanyu Singh, a Bihar Rajput, who played the rebellious and fearless ‘Ransa’ (Rananjay Singh) in the film Gulaal, will soon be walking the ramp in the avatar of a Rajput prince on the first day of the Rajasthan Fashion Week.
The actor, who will be the showstopper for Mumbai-based designer Kanwaljeet Singh, is going to sport a very different look just for the show. “People will get to see a very different shade of Abhimanyu with this show. An Abhimanyu they have never seen before,” revealed Kanwaljeet.
And apart from the look, the designer also has something special planned for the city. “Usually, a beautiful girl is always the showstopper, but I wanted to present something different,” explained Kan
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