Susanne denies rumours about Mannat
While the rumour mill has been saying that Hrithik Roshan’s wife, interior designer Susanne Roshan has lent her Midas touch to restyle actor Shah Rukh Khan’s plush Mumbai home, Mannat, along with his wife Gauri Khan, Susanne has shrugged off all such talks.Updated: Nov 16, 2011 00:59 IST
While the rumour mill has been saying that Hrithik Roshan’s wife, interior designer Susanne Roshan has lent her Midas touch to restyle actor Shah Rukh Khan’s plush Mumbai home, Mannat, along with his wife Gauri Khan, Susanne has shrugged off all such talks.
“Gauri has done up her home gorgeously, all by herself. The house doesn’t need any restyling,” she says. However, Susanne says that what’s been keeping her busy is her interior décor store, The Charcoal Project in Mumbai. “It’s a complete world of interior design from furniture to accessories to lighting to concepts, where I am trying to re-invent interiors. We have been open since eight months and the response is amazing,” says Susanne.
Asked if she will be opening the store in the Capital, she says, “I plan to open in Delhi, but it will take a little while.”
Known for being uber stylish, she considers actor Deepika Padukone as one of the most stylish person in Bollywood. About her style, Susanne, who was in the Capital for the launch of kids luxury clothing store Les Petits, says, “My style is easygoing and casual, while I love formal dressing. I wear prints, only if it’s a stripe or a check, floral print do not please me much.”
Calling herself a tattoo addict, Susanne plans to get another tattoo with her kid’s names, “After getting Hrithik’s name inked on my arm, I now plan to get another one at the neck area with my kid’s names done up with a saint.”
On getting inked
I plan to get my kid’s names inked on the neck, done up with a saint, having the same font as the previous tattoo
On her style
I love formal dressing, while for me comfort matters more. Deepika Padukone is one of the most stylish person in Bollywood
On working women
It’s good that women choose to work, as it’s important for them to be financially and creatively independent
First Published: Nov 15, 2011 17:11 IST