Sushmita Sen set the Fashion Week ramp ablaze with her stunning presence


Sushmita Sen’s latest Instagram post is a delightful blend of elegance and charm. The actress recently graced the ramp at the Times Fashion Week alongside her Taali co-stars, showcasing a show-stopping moment. In a video she shared, Sushmita dazzles in a stunning white and gold ethnic outfit designed by Rohit Verma, exuding bridal charm with henna on her palms, gajra adorning her hair, and kaleeras. In her caption, Sushmita expressed her excitement about the event, celebrating the beauty of inclusion. She thanked everyone involved in the show, including the LGBTQ community, for their unconditional acceptance and inclusiveness.

Expressing her gratitude, Sushmita thanked Rohit Verma for the opportunity and praised his work. She also thanked her makeup and hair team for their efforts. Ending her note with “I love you guys!!!” and her signature “#duggadugga,” Sushmita’s post garnered love and admiration from her followers and colleagues. Fashion designer Rohit Verma responded with red hearts, while Lakshmi Manchu called her a “Queen!!” Actress Megha Prasad mentioned getting “goosebumps,” and TV actress Jaya Bhattacharya commented, “Superb.”
Check out Sushmita Sen’s video below:

In the film “Taali,” Sushmita Sen played the role of real-life transgender activist Shreegauri Sawant. The movie tells the story of Sawant’s courageous journey, including her transformation, path to motherhood, and the advocacy that led to the recognition of the third gender in official documents in India. “Taali” was released in August 2023 on Jio Cinema and also starred Krutika Deo, Ankur Bhatia, Sheetal Kale, Vikram Bham, and Suvrat Joshi in key roles.

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