Deepika Padukone swayed to Nazia Hassan’s ‘Disco Deewane’

The Indian fashion designer partners- Abujani and Sandeep Khosla organized a flickering fashion show and celebrated their 33rd anniversary last night on Thursday, 5th September 2019, in Mumbai. There were played a number of amazing classic Pakistani songs, and even all the iconic celebrities of Bollywood film industry were attended and also enjoyed the program. While the all-time favorite Indian actress- Deepika Padukone was graced the occasion warmly.  She also swayed to an Iconic Pakistani Singer- Nazia Hassan tune from the 80s.
Deepika Padukone is one of the best actress in the Indian Film Industry today and has established herself by doing tremendous efforts. However, the actress is additionally a worldwide star in her own way. And her appearance while the ramp walk, she seized the moment, and enthrall the audience over there.
However, all things being equal, recordings from the show go viral on social media websites and different streaming channels, and it wasn’t some time before individuals gotten on and the end video of the show circulated around the social media! Deepika, who end the show wearing a bespoke gold troupe with dazzling mirror work, is seen influencing to the beat of Disco Deewane alongside the entire group entrance ramp.
The show highlighted a variety of shading palettes and intriguing cuts, yet what was additionally fascinating was the entire vibe of the show, with remixes of a portion of Pakistan’s most unmistakable tunes playing out of sight. In another video, Hadiqa Kiani’s Boohey Barian can be heard, while in one more one, Nazia Hassan’s Boom is playing. Safe to state, it appears that the show truly needed to channel the 80s and 90s vibe that Pakistani pop artists did so well. The team shared photos and some glimpses of the videos of the occasion “A hover of life, a move of consistently expanding imagination, a definitive show-halting twirl of Deepika Padukone, center point of the audience with Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla at their completely glorious style introduction.”