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Bollywood celebrities Sonali Bendre and Utsav Dholakia add glamour to Priyal Doshi’s “Threads of India” Fashion Show

New Delhi [India], August 19 (ANI/PNN): Leading fashion consultant Priyal Doshi presented her latest Indo-Western fashion collection at an event celebrating 75 years of India’s independence – Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav at the Gas South Center, Atlanta, USA. The Indian American Cultural Association presented the event, chaired by President Chand Akkineni. Bollywood celebrities and big names from Atlanta such as Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr and Indian Consulate General in Atlanta Dr. Swati Kulkarni, sat front row at the event, organized by Rina Gupta, for a preview of the latest fashion designs.

Bollywood stars Sonali Bendre and Utsav Dholakia added glitz and glamor to the event. Sonali Bendre is an Indian actress and supermodel known for her roles in the Bollywood industry. The Vogue Beauty and Filmfare award winner is also an author and social activist. Utsav Dholakia is one of the best Indian fashion choreographers and directors. Utsav has directed and choreographed Bollywood shows, fashion weeks and pageants around the world. Utsav was honored by the Mayor of Kingston Upon Thames-London [UK] for his creative work

“Tonight we deservedly put the spotlight on some of our favorite designs brought together by the community, celebrities and enthusiasts and together highlighted my design brand,” said founder and fashion consultant Priyal Doshi. “My luxury fashion designs celebrate India’s vibrant and colorful culture and tradition, in which the fashion industry plays a key role.”

Priyal Doshi is also an Indian classical dancer and actor. She was named Atlanta’s Women of Distinction by March of Dimes and featured in The Atlantan.


This story is provided by PNN. ANI is in no way responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/PNN)


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