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Shahid Kapoor, Mira Rajput twirling on Lakme Fashion Week ramp is love itself. See pics, video

Shahid Kapoor led wife Mira Rajput by hand as she made her ramp debut at Lakme Fashion Week 2018.

bollywood Updated: Feb 01, 2018 10:58 IST
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput at Lakme Fashion Week 2018.
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput at Lakme Fashion Week 2018.

Shahid Kapoor and his “baby wife” Mira Rajput have snagged more best couple awards recently than we care to count. Wednesday, on the ramp of Lakme Fashion Week 2018, the couple showed what makes them such a media darling. As Mira and Shahid turned showstoppers for Anita Dongre, they decided to showcase their personality instead of just catwalking.

Shahid was dressed in an ivory sherwani and Mira wore a lehenga choli, and the designer – predictably – tweeted, “Here’s our bride and groom.”

And it was a couple in love that walked the ramp. Shahid and Mira twirled and posed, they talked and smiled to each other. Here are Shahid and Mira’s pictures from Lakme Fashion Week...

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Shahid tweeted about his experience, “Excited to have walked for @anitadongre ‘s @lakmefashionwk collection tonight. Great to see creations that will truly define #FutureCouture, designed with exclusive fabrics of the future from R | Elan @RElanOfficial.”

This was Mira’s debut on the ramp and she passed with flying colours. Shahid is a bit of a pro when it comes to walking the ramp. This is also the first time that they walked the ramp together.

Shahid, who plays Maharawal Ratan Singh in the Sanjay Leela Bhansali-directed period drama Padmaavat, said the team had to endure a lot in “these past one-and-a-half years”. Speaking to the reporters at LFW, he said, “We missed out on a lot of things. We had to make lots of sacrifices. We had to learn to keep a lot of emotions in our hearts for one-and-a-half years in check. We had to be politically correct. The film had to go through a lot. But, today we feel vindicated.”