The dynamic dancing duo Sandip Soparrkar and Jesse Randhawa have recently been mesmerizing the audience with their jalwa in the fashion realm! They won the hearts of the audience through their dance and grace on the ramp, but the surprising part was that they were solo on different ramps in different cities.
Designer Rohit Verma presented his Mughal Era collection at India’s Luxury Style Week 2015 – Men’s Edition. The show opened with the dramatic entry of ace Bollywood choreographer Sandip Soparrkar gracefully spinning on the runway in an 18 kilograms flared white Kurta and red embroidered Shervani with a huge embellished Rajasthani turban and jewellery worth 10 lakhs on him. His drama reached the peak when he twirled and sat on the head ramp posing like a Royal Mughal King, taking people back to the golden era of Indian Maharajas!
Designer Rohit Verma said,
“Sandip was my ultimate choice to open the Mughal Era Collection because no man in the country can do what he does. He is a dancer par excellence who has the personality, body and style like a supermodel and what he did on the ramp was something totally overwhelming. When the crowd cheered and clapped I knew I had made the right choice.”
The opening of Lakme Fashion Week 2015 saw supermodel and ace dancer Jesse Randhawa walk the ramp for Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla’s Retro theme collection. She was in full swing, glittering in a gold and silver ruffled and petalled organza gown and again made a power packed entry in a figure hugging white jumpsuit with floral multicolored sequence embroidery. She did her drama by dancing to a hit retro number and posing like the stars of the Retro Era.
Designer Sandeep Khosla specially posted a picture on Facebook of Jesse with the caption, “No one like you Jesse”. Fashion show director Luban Adam who choreographed the show said,
“Jesse is the bench mark for all the models to learn the drama and sense of rhythm on the ramp. She stole the spotlight at the show with her gig.”
The real question is, do both Sandip and Jesse plan the drama at home before they step on the ramp or do the clothes inspire them both? Or perhaps like the famous saying goes, “dance inspires people to get more creative.”