“We Are Absolutely Clones,” Rakul Preet Singh About Husband Jackky Bhagnani

Rakul Preet Singh NDTV Interview

In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Rakul Preet Singh, the showstopper for Ritika Mirchandani at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week, shared insights about her life post-marriage, her fashion choices, and her beauty essentials.

Rakul Preet Singh raised the fashion bar by many notches when she turned showstopper for Ritika Mirchandani. She looked like an epitome of beauty in a monochrome set. The shimmery number boasted eye-catching cut-out patterns. The two-piece set featured a butterfly-style strappy blouse with a plunging V-neckline and a high waist gleaming skirt with a thigh-high slit. The body-fitted number, with keyhole cut-outs, flew down to form a flowy hem with an elegant trail.

Rakul Preet Singh and her husband Jackky Bhagnani are like “clones.” They are 90 per cent similar, from likes, dislikes, holiday destinations, to the food they like. They are even obsessed with working out, even on a holiday. Rakul also spoke about how not much has changed after marriage and that she only reacts differently to being called ‘Mrs.’

Rakul Preet Singh had a lot to say about how Indian society puts the onus on women to dress a certain way after marriage but not so much men. She stated that neither Jackky’s nor her family have ever had any conversations like that since both she and Jackky got back to work straight after they returned to Mumbai from their Goa wedding.

Rakul Preet Singh was quick to claim that her look at the Lakme Fashion Week would make a remarkable style for any cocktail party. She said, “I think this is such a beautiful outfit that you know you can wear it to a cocktail party also. And then you can even wear it to something that’s Indians in celebratory mode with, giving maybe like a dupatta with it. So it’s got a twist of both. It can be won anyway.

When asked about her three beauty essentials that she can’t leave home without, Rakul Preet Singh’s response was oh-so relatable. The actress replied, “A sunscreen, lip balm, and a third one is not that important. Maybe a nice moisturiser.”

Describing her favourite outfit choice for the festival of colour, Holi, Rakul Preet Singh mentioned, “For Holi, generally people like whites but I prefer something with shorts and a colourful T-shirt.”

When asked about an outrageous trend that she has followed and pulled off, she was quick to admit while she wouldn’t call them outrageous, she has never understood bell bottoms. She has worn them, pulled them off, but never understood them.

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