MUMBAI : After Kangana Ranaut referred to as herself a “sufferer of capitalism” and bid adieu to the “airport look,” writer Shobhaa De hailed the Bollywood actress for exposing the style business.
De additionally stated that it’s about time a star spoke up towards the “nonsense” airport look.
De tweeted: “About time a star spoke up and debunked the ‘airport look’ nonsense. Thanks for frankly exposing the strain exerted by overseas manufacturers exploiting desi insecurity on the expense of our crafts communities.”
Kangana on Friday took to her Instagram tales, the place she shared a slew of images from her airport.
She took the credit score for beginning the pattern of the airport look in India. She shared a string of airport seems and captioned the image slide: “Solely particular person in charge for beginning the silly pattern of airport seems.”
She then tagged herself as a “Sufferer of capitalism.”
“Brainwashed by journal editors and vogue business to look a western girl in order that I solely fill the pockets of worldwide designers. Ashamed to repeat garments all the time shopping for with none care concerning the impression of my selections on the setting.”
“Whereas I act like a bimbo, the system hails me as a fashionista to encourages me to advertise extra worldwide manufacturers whereas my very own folks like weavers and handicrafts males dying gradual and regular demise. Then they shrewdly begin to price ticket every little thing I put on making it a conceit difficulty for me and guess what I fall for the entice now greater than model it is about manufacturers even for a genuinely trendy particular person,” she added.
Kangana stated that vogue manufacturers make “you’re employed for them free of charge by simply sending garments and baggage they begin to hijack cultures and custom of a complete civilisation.”
Bidding adieu to the pattern of airport seems she added: “If that is how an Indian girl seems then what does an American girl seem like? Bye bye airport seems, now we have gone previous that section. Now it is time even when I purchase one piece of clothes, I ask myself what number of Indians profit from this!”