Actress Deepika Padukone has called off her plans to attend the ongoing Paris Fashion Week owing to the global coronavirus outbreak.
The actress was invited by luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton to attend their show at the Paris Fashion Week, which is due to run till March 3.
The actress had to cancel her trip due to the recent developments about the growing coronavirus epidemic.
“Deepika Padukone was scheduled to travel to France to attend Louis Vuitton’s FW2020 show at the ongoing Paris Fashion Week but has had to cancel her trip with news coming in that the coronavirus epidemic has now entered a new stage in France,” said an official spokesperson for the actress.
The actress will next be seen in “83” as Romi Dev. “83” traces Kapil’s captaincy in leading the Indian cricket team to defeat the West Indies in the World Cup final in 1983. Ranveer Singh will essay Kapil’s role in the film, directed by Kabir Khan and produced by Reliance Entertainment.
She will also be seen in the official Hindi remake of the Rober De Niro-Anne Hathaway starrer Hollywood comedy hit, “The Intern”. It also stars Rishi Kapoor, and is slated to release in 2021.
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt back in Flipkart Fashion’s latest campaign
Flipkart on Thursday said it will bring back Bollywood actors Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in the e-tailer’s latest fashion campaign that will go live on television and digital platforms for a period of over five weeks until December 15.
Flipkart Fashion launched “India Ka Fashion Capital (IKFC)” campaign almost two years ago.
This latest edition of the campaign built around the theme “Don’t Stress, Karo Impress” addresses the stressors that many consumers face around online shopping for their fashion needs.
Flipkart said its large collection of trends, celebrity-inspired styles, an easy 30 days returns and 100 per cent refund policy, along with a host of genuine brands can make the online shopping experience stress-free.
“While the previous three editions established Flipkart as India’s most preferred destination for trendy and affordable fashion, our research indicated that online fashion purchases are still impacted by certain inhibitions,” Vikas Gupta, Vice President and Head of Marketing at Flipkart, said in a statement.
“Through this latest campaign and our proposition of ‘Don’t Stress, Karo Impress’, we are confident that we will help address consumer concerns and encourage them to interact with our platform and make the best fashion choices,” Gupta said.
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