Cadence Institute celebrates 16th Anniversary
Nagpur: Fashion Designers play a key role in Fashion industry they are also titled as trend setters. Fashion Shows are considered as a great platform for the designers to show case their talents.
One of the renowned Fashion and Interior Designing Institutes in the city Cadence Academy had recently organized a Fashion Show titled Cadence Ramp Inferno 2016 to showcase the talents of the designers passing out from Cadence Academy. The event started with a musical performance by Rohan Sequeira who was also the anchor of the event. Cadence Academy launched its own jingle and a music video to mark the celebration of their 16th Anniversary during the Fashion Show. The Chief Guest for the show was Chief General Manager of CONCOR Central Region Anup Kumar Satpathy.
The Celebrity Guests and Show Stopper for the event were Shweta Sinha (who assays the role of Pari from Sasural Simar Ka) and Tapan Singh (who plays the leading role in Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke).
Shweta Sinha who was also seen in “Mata Ki Chowki” serial displayed some of the creations of the students of Cadence Academy. Similarly Tapan Singh too displayed some of the creations of Cadence Academy during the fashion show.
Models from Kolkata added glitter to the event by participating in various themes showcasing the outfits of the designers from Cadence Academy. The event witnessed the glamorized yet cultural mix along with new generation creativity of Cadence students.
The designers from all branches of Cadence Academy in the city presented various themes or sequence. The Sadar Branch showcased “Pearls and Roses” and “Inspiration” theme which includes beautiful dresses made of pearls and roses. Dharampeth Centre showcased “Scary Fashion Couture” and “Cocktail Patiyala” which includes leopard and zebra printed dresses with props like artificial snakes, heavy head-gears and masks. Wardhman Nagar Branch showcased “Break the Rules” and “Mischief Managed” sequences.
The event was managed by Rajesh Kapoor.
In a tete-e-tete with Nagpur Today, Tapan Singh (who plays the leading role in Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke) opined that one does not have to have the traditional 6-pack-abs to be a successful male model. He said that in the recent times, the male models that one sees are of size zero and does not stick to the traditional image of male models.
Traditionally male models had to be six feet tall, courting a six-pack abs and a symbol of male-muscular body. Today male models can be with normal body structure and without the six-pack abs. However, he asserted the fact that one much have a dream of becoming a model, work hard to groom oneself, set the goal and follow their dreams with all their heart, mind and body.
Tapan opined that all that actually matters is that one has to learn and be able to carry oneself.
While speaking to Nagpur Today Roopali Jambhulkar (Kingfisher calendar girl) said that Grooming plays an important role in the making of a model. Becoming a model is not a bed of roses. One has to work hard physically and mentally to be an efficient model. Getting offers and assignments does not come easy. The waiting period is often frustrating. One does need good contacts to get good assignments. However one should not leave dream big your actions has to be honorable. While speaking about attires, she said that Indian ethnic wear including sarees, salwaar kameez, ghagra-cholies are really elegant and sexy. One should embrace Indian culture and should be proud of its rich and varied heritage.
While speaking to Nagpur Today Shweta Sinha (who assays the role of Pari from Sasural Simar Ka) said life of an actress (TV serials actress/movie/silver screen actress) is a challenge. It is full of struggles, disappointments and a few successes here and there. One significant problem that many TV serial actress face is “insecurity”. One should be mentally and physically strong to face rejections, waiting period. She added that one should succumb to temptations and fall prey to unscrupulous elements in the Bollywood industry. Ones behavior to change because of cultural, regional, linguistic and religious differences. Yet when it comes to professional work one should be totally dedicated and give ones hundred percent to succeed.
By Swati Gan
Pics by Shubham Kamble