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Vaishali Bhambri, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, January 21, 2013
Arjun sodhi, 28, Interior Designer and Architect

Home is in: Golf Links
Native place: Anandpur Sahib, Punjab
School/college I attended: Bishop Cotton School, Shimla/ University of Arts, London
I earn my living by: Designing houses and creating objects d'art
I desire in a woman: Complexity
I appreciate most about my friends: Accessibility
AjrunIf I could name myself, it would be:  Prince Arjun
The cause I care for: Charity for the blind
I dream to be: A better part of myself
How I want to die: Who wants to think about that…I want to think how to live!
My present state of mind: Happy and content
My motto: Live life king size
Can’t do without: Clear conscience 
A book I’m reading right now: The Last Mughal by William Dalrymple
My biggest indulgence: Self indulgence
I love to shop at: Burberry, London
Sexual preference: Straight
My heroes in real life: Roberto Cavalli and Guru
Govind Singh
I can’t stand: Loneliness
My wildest fantasy: To listen to the Opera overlooking the Northern Lights.
Beer or Wine: Both
I love partying at: Goa beaches
If not in India, I would live in: Switzerland

More than just a car
An interior designer and architect by profession, Arjun Sodhi has gone that extra mile and designed a car - Benzetti.

“Designing beautiful homes is in my blood. However, bringing life to a car inspired me to challenge my own capabilities,” says the owner of Sajavat Group. It took him over a year-and-a-half to create the car, which has been named after an Italian car designer. A luxury automobile, modified using an existing car, it is a classic example of old-world luxury and modern-day technology. The masterpiece boasts red walls, blue carpets, king-size seats and a wine chiller table. The car is not for sale.