Gentlemen Only

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It was a men-only night at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday. Vikramaditya Motwane walked the premiere of ‘My Joy’ with the actors from his movie ‘Udaan’ (the only Indian movie showing at the festival).

Even though Vikramaditya and Ronit are wearing different velvet bandhgalas, because they both paired it with white undershirts and black pants, they come off looking alike (Although, I prefer Ronit more.)

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Rajat Barmecha, Vikramaditya Motwane, Ronit Roy and Ram Kapoor
at ‘My Joy’ Premiere, Cannes 2010


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Rajat Barmecha, Vikramaditya Motwane, Ronit Roy and Ram Kapoor
at ‘My Joy’ Premiere, Cannes 2010


Photo Credit: Daylife

20 COMMENTS

  1. there is something wrong with Rohit’s jacket. All buttoned up the jacket looks too waiterish. I think Ram Kapoor’s suit looks the best, the jacket, tie, pants and shoes look right.




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  2. velvet should be banned. i am going to go burn up all the velvet stock in the whole wide world.
    i have no clue who this rajat guy is, but aw, he looks like a kid! aww




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  3. Yay! So nice to see an Indian movie in the festival – the only one in the competition category – that is such an honour. And this appearance by the guys is “sone pe suhaga”. Shows that the festival is not all about publicists and their clients.




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  4. Oh my, what has ram kapoor done to himself?! He used to be so hot. I remember him from monsoon wedding, even though he was such a cartoon in it.
    He still carries himself with a certain je nais se quois. but still.

    Is it just me, or do all these men need to get the length of their trousers altered?




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  5. well I would say forget the fashion…proud of their achievement…ram kapoor has put on some serious weight but still looks charming though for me Rajat looks the cleanest…




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  6. But don’t most of the men look alike in tuxes and suits anyway? Especially tuxes, and also suits at black tie events.

    As for Ronit Roy looking like a waiter, again, the same can be said for men with tuxes.

    Am personally not crazy about velvet though.




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  7. Yay! So nice to see an Indian movie in the festival – the only one in the competition category – that is such an honour. And this appearance by the guys is “sone pe suhaga”. Shows that the festival is not all about publicists and their clients.




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