On Sunday (December 18), Shehnaaz Gill walked the ramp as the showstopper in Delhi, and her fans couldn’t stop complimenting her in a western gown. She uploaded a video from the event.” Thank you, everyone,” Shehnaaz captioned the video.
Shehnaaz donned a delicate pink mermaid gown with a floral design corset in the video. She accessorized her looks with little glitter makeup and wore her hair open in curls. She walked the ramp with a straight face but couldn’t help but smile when the audience clapped and gave her a standing ovation.
What happened at the ramp?
Shehnaaz Gill recently walked the runway at India Designer Show for her close friend and designer Ken Ferns, causing a great uproar among her followers. The actress had dressed as a showgirl for the occasion, and many of her fans had gathered to cheer her on. Shehnaaz also spoke with some of her followers following the event.
How did her fans react?
“Her breathtaking supermodel stride and an excess of confidence that may go a long way as a model, she’s most of all a magnificent woman,” one admirer commented. At the same time, another netizen observed, “She’s a piece of art indeed.” “Her aura, the way she walked so boldly, and all the applause for her have my whole heart,” one person said.
I’m overjoyed that so many people came to see her. We live in the Shehnaaz Kaur Gill age.” “The crowd!!” a fan continued. Cheers!! Shehnaaz, Shehnaaz, Shehnaaz! So pleased for everyone who got to see, meet, and feel.”
When the reality TV star appeared, fans couldn’t hold back their excitement and exploded into a massive wave of applauding and hooting. In a spectacular fashion night event, the ‘Honsla Rakh’ actress surprised everyone by unexpectedly breaking into a small dance on the runway with Ferns at her side.
Other Bollywood superstars that made stunning appearances at the event were ‘Hate Story 3’ actor Daisy Shah, ‘Rockstar actor Nargis Fakhri, who walked for designer Amit Bharadwaj, and ‘Rowdy Rathore actor Sonakshi Sinha, who walked with fashion legend Rocky S.
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