Actor-director Atul Agnihotri and hounds of securitymen that form his second skin accompanied him.
Though the actor as usual looked in no mood for a media interaction but the valiant ones who tried approaching him got a nod or just a faint smile (now thats a respite, given his fist history with media).
The US elections were high on the political thrills as well as the fashion frills.
Be it ensembled ties of Obama or the famous 0,000 wardrobe of Sarah Palin.
Appearances do matter in any profession and politics is no different.
And its not the junta who feels it, even the young leaders in the region share the feeling.
The Gandhi daughter, sans sari look, made way for the Gen Y effect in politics as well.
I think she looked really good, confident and best-ever in a trouser and fitted shirt, feels Babi Grewal, a city-based designer.
After all, they represent a country of well-dressed and well-versed people with the right attitude, says Babi.
As for the female politicians are concerned, the senior brigade still rules the roost with Sonia Gandhi, Renuka Chaudhary, Priya Dutt and Kiran Chaudhary leading the front.
Oh my God, its Salman Khan, said one from the media, so loud that all present were taken by surprise.