Meet Delhi’s Most Stylish 2014 special awardees








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They have stayed true to their innate style and inspired millions by being a powerhouse of talent in their respective fields. Here are the luminaries whom we are delighted to honour with Hindustan Times Delhi’s Most Stylish special awards.

Let’s raise a toast to these personalities from myriad walks of life, who bring together charisma, style and substance in a classy mix.

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Ekta Kapoor, TV and film  producer
Cute meets effervescence meets oodles of substance! Soap opera queen and film producer Ekta Kapoor never fails to dazzle with her wit and quirky humour. The lady is also a non-conformist when it comes to trends – she draws her own rules and lives by them in her own true style.

John Abraham, actor
Model-turned-actor John Abraham has been a style icon since his very first film, Jism (2003), after which his long locks became a rage. The actor has grown to own an effortless style sense, with his ability to ace the tuxedo look with elan, and look equally classy in jeans and tees!

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Akshay Kumar, actor
One of the fittest actors in Bollywood, he can teach you a thing or two about holistic health. And when it comes to style, he exemplifies fashion that inspires. Off screen, he loves to indulge in tough denims and classic checkered shirts, glam-perfect aviators and even the occasional crisp kurta pyjamas that make us swoon!

Cyrus Broacha, TV anchor and comedian
Be it political satire, spoofing or playing pranks, funnyman Cyrus Broacha does it in his unbeatable, no-holds-barred style. And when it comes to dressing up, from suits with ties to graphic tees, Broacha rocks it all in his carefree style.

 

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