Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor displays a creation by Amit Aggarwal on Sunday.
Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan is one of the most sought-after actresses in the industry.
Known for her killer-looks and her versatile acting skills, Kareena is known to set any stage she steps on, on fire.
The Kapoor-Khan explains how she loves walking the ramp and that there could be a hidden model in her, that not many know of.
"I love walking the ramp. May be I'm a hidden model. I get to meet such beautiful designers, wear their clothes, feel so special. I like it and I enjoy working with all of them," says Kareena.
The diva on Sunday was the showstopper for designer Amit Aggarwal at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2020 grand finale.
The diva wore a bright green shimmery, off-shoulder, gown with a deep plunging neckline and flowy silhouette.
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