Blackberrys, India’s leading menswear brand, and the official style partner of the movie Race 3, unveiled the Exclusive Race 3 Collection with the Star Cast of the movie. The event was graced by Bobby Deol & Saqib Saleem, at the Blackberrys Store in Ambience Mall, Gurgaon.The Exclusive collection showcased included cocktail Tuxedos along with fashionable shirts & trousers, as flaunted by the cast in the movie. The Blackberrys Race 3 line is a limited-edition collection, available across all Blackberrys stores.
Speaking on the occasion, Ramesh Kaushik, VP Brand Experience at Blackberrys, said “Supremacy and fashion are an inherent part of Race 3. The look is of metropolitan sophistication and class, and the lead characters exude a sense of style that is both fashion-forward and aspirational. We have been styling the progressive men of the country for over 25 years. We are excited and happy about our association with Race 3, as it’s a natural connect for our core proposition. The remarkable talents in the movie exude a sense of style that is both fashion-forward and aspirational. We are delighted to translate the same energy and style through our formal wear collection, worn by the star cast in the film.”“Our association with the movie franchise is a well stitched partnership. Blackberrys stands tall with the adage Keep Rising- and the whole mood and personality set in the movie brings the character out with perfection.” he further added.
“This collection will do justice to all the fashion forward thrill-seekers. The garments I wore from Blackberrys were very comfortable, and looked really stylish in the scorching heat in Abu Dhabi” - commented, actor, Bobby Deol. Saqib Saleem,added to this,”The outfits truly reflected the power & style, that the characters of the movie were intended to portray. The fashionable tuxedos were actually a class apart.”
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Located in a former mill, the Mumbai outpost of the US chain of resto-bars has a mixed reputation among the city's musicians. In the first couple of years after opening, in 2006, indie rock acts were often asked to include a stipulated number of cover songs in their set lists. These days, Hard Rock Café, which hosts gigs every Tuesday and Thursday night, sticks mostly to cover bands, with a couple of dates a month spared for indie groups. Skip these gigs, and come here only for the ticketed events, when one of the seating areas is cleared to make room for a larger stage, for performances by Indian indie icons (folk-fusion veterans Indian Ocean, electro-rock superstars Pentagram), international chart toppers (Wyclef Jean, Jay Sean) or club-packing DJs (Bob Sinclair, Paul van Dyk). Be warned, though: the waiters break into a synchronised jig every time the Village People's "YMCA" comes on.
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