Bipasha, Madhavan showstoppers for Rock S

Bipasha, Madhavan showstoppers for Rock S

Bollywood bombshell Bipasha Basu and her 'Jodi Breakers' co-star R Madhavan walked the ramp for ace designer Rocky S as he displayed his wedding collection on day four of the Wills India Fashion Week.

Bipasha looked beautiful in a red and blue lehenga by her friend-designer as she walked hand-in-hand with Madhavan, who looked dapper in a cream embroidered sherwani.
The 33-year-old actress's bridal attire prompted questions about her marriage plans. But Bipasha, who broke up with her long time boyfriend, actor John Abraham last year, said she is still in the lookout for her perfect groom with assistance from Madhavan.

"I am very busy. I don't have time to find a groom. Madhavan is helping me find one. For me he is a 'Jodi Maker'," said Bipasha.

Madhavan, who graced the ramp for the first time, looked confident as the show stopper beside the model-tuned-actress.

"I feel confident now but my knees were shaking when I was standing backstage. I have found a very good friend in Rocky and he boosted my confidence," he said after the show.

Rocky, whose list of clientele includes many Bollywood biggies, showcased his wedding collection titled 'Vilasa' .

The range consisted of both men's and women's wear. The female models sashayed down the runway in red, blue and green coloured lehengas, sarees, choli cut blouses with chains on the sleeves, net dupattas, accesorised with cummerbunds and gold jewellery.

The male models displayed sherwanis and patiala in shades of white, teamed with pearl necklaces.

"The collection is very close to my heart as the theme was wedding and I really wanted to do something special for the most important day of a person," the designer said.

Rocky, who has constantly evolved with fashion and keeps on adding to his ever-growing repertoire of business endeavours also announced the launch of his signature wedding company 'VILASA' on the occasion.

"With the wedding industry growing at an average rate of 25 per cent per annum, the lavishness doled out by Indians on weddings is just getting larger. I believe it is the right time for me to extend my creativity to this industry.

"Right from deciding the theme of a wedding, flower arrangement, location scouting to the bride's trousseau everything will have my personal involvement," he added.