'Modelling short term'
Among debutante models walking the ramp at the India Fashion Week in Delhi is Miss India 2003 Nikita Anand. We caught up with the Delhi girl to get a first hand account on the entire buzz.
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How did you decide to walk the ramp for the Fashion week?
I always wanted to be a model and have walked the ramp before. I have always wanted to be a part of the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week as it's a big thing. This year, I got a call and I was ready for it.
How will you keep fit during the fashion week?
It's just an extension of what you do daily, so after sometime one gets used to it. But since both the fashion weeks are happening back to back, it will be hectic. But it won't make much of a difference.
Who are your favourite designers?
I Like Rahul and Rohit Gandhi's designs.
So, is Bollywood your next calling?
I am doing television now. I am hosting a show on Zee Sports, which focuses on NASCAR. I will also be doing some Bollywood movies. Talks are on.
So, how long do you see yourself doing ramp shows?
Modelling is a short-term career. It works as long as you have the looks and are fit. And that holds true for me too.
Tell us something about your background?
I was born in Jalandhar. My father, an army doctor, was on a transferable job and I travelled a lot. I studied in St. Mary's, Pune, Bishop Cotton, Ranchi and Cathedral in Mumbai. After that I joined the NIFT in Delhi.
One interesting thing that you want to share with us?
There are a lot of things that many people don't know about me. I am very passionate about singing. I also write for the Indian Business Empire.