Mumbai: Many Bollywood stars might swear by the effect of makeovers on their careers but actor Sidharth Malhotra feels celebrities don't need to experiment with their look and style to get noticed as they are already known faces.
The 31-year-old "Kapoor & Sons" star said when it comes to experimenting with his clothes and looks, he prefers to stay minimal and simple. "I feel as a celebrity we get a lot of opportunities to experiment with our looks in movies. I don't think a celebrity needs to work really hard on the way they look as they are already public figures.
"They don't need such things to get noticed. The most experimental I have gone till now is when few days back I wore an all white suit," Sidharth told PTI. The actor was speaking on the sidelines of Lakme Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016.
He walked the ramp as showstopper for Kunal Rawal and the look the designer gave to him was something very unlike his usual self. "I have a lot of Kunal's creations, but I was walking for him for the first time and was expecting that he will give me something crazy to wear. But I am surprised he has played so sober this time. I am surely going to sport such look soon," Sidharth said.
Wearing a beige kurta along with matching pants and army green coloured jacket Sidharth looked dapper yet edgy. Kunal, who was equally excited to have him as his showstopper said the actor had the boldness and class which complimented his creation perfectly.
Titled "Between The Lines", the collection took inspiration from racer stripes, pin tucks and pleats with fun colour palette including shades of vanilla, oxblood, wine, cobalt, champagne and forest green.
Fabrics like linens, muslins and silks will made the canvas for the solid and embroidered garments which were traditional with a contemporary twist.
Other celebrities to attend the show were Arjun Kapoor, who came along with his sister Anshula, Dino Morea, Jackky Bhagnani, Sonakshi Sinha, Ayan Mukerji, "Fugly" actor Mohit Marwah, Pernia Qureshi and producer Ramesh Taurani.