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    Default I am most comfortable in T-shirts, jeans and sport shoes: Shivin Narang

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    Chocolate boy Shivin Narang, who made his debut as Yuvraj in Suvreen Guggal-Topper of the Year, has now become a household name playing Ranvijay in Star Plus’ Veera.

    While the handsome looking man has worked hard watching too many Punjabi films to get his Punjabi dialect right, Shivin seems to have set the chords right that has connected his character as ‘Veerji’ in the heart of every woman across the globe.

    In a talk with us, the actor talks about fashion and lot more for our Lifestyle section.

    Fashion is?

    A person is defined by his or her sense of fashion. To me fashion is anything in which one feels comfortable in.

    Who chooses your clothes?

    My mother and my younger cousin brother choose clothes for me. Since I have a fetish for shoes I go out shopping myself when I need to buy a pair.

    Do you wear accessories?

    No, I am not fond of accessorizing myself.

    Do you follow any brands?

    I follow brands like CK, Tommy Hilfiger and Zara.

    Favourite shopping destination?

    I really like shopping from Citywalk in Delhi.

    Your most expensive buy?

    I gifted my father a Rolex watch; that has been my most expensive purchase so far.

    Clothes you are comfortable in?

    I am most comfortable in T-shirts, jeans and sport shoes.

    Must have in your wallet:

    My driving license is a must have in my wallet.

    Favourite perfume?

    I love wearing David Beckham perfumes.

    Describe sale in one word:


    Currently your wardrobe is overflowing with?

    My wardrobe overflows with a lot of un-pressed shirts and T-shirts.

    You have the hardest time getting dressed for?

    I currently have the hardest time getting dressed for a shoot that has a marriage sequence. Also, it took me a lot of time for me to dress up while I was shooting for Suvreen Guggal - Topper of the Year.

    Any fashion disaster you have come across recently?

    I believe everyone has their own way of styling which defines him or her.

    If you had to choose a fashion era; which period would it be?

    I think the era of the 70s was very classic.



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