BANGALORE: Aditi Rao Hydari, who was last seen in Subhash Kapoor’s film Guddu Rangeela, said style is an inherent thing and shouldn’t be a burden for anyone.
“Style for me is more of an inherent thing. It’s something that can’t be bought. It certainly shouldn’t be a burden to anyone and it should be fun, effortless and comfortable,” said Aditi, who was in Bangalore for the Kingfisher Derby Draw of Lots, where she picked the position of the race horses for the Kingfisher Derby event that takes place on Sunday.
Talking about her style quotient and what she’d like to wear for the event, Aditi said she’d like to opt for a “vintage dress and a beautiful hat.” The 36-year-old, who is blessed with flawless skin, shared she uses minimal make-up for clear skin.
“The most important thing is that I don’t use a lot of make-up on my face, and I think that’s what works best for me. Too much make-up clogs up your pores and prevents your skin from breathing,” she noted. “Many people feel that wearing a lot of make-up makes you look glamorous, but I think it’s really unnecessary,” added the Boss actor.
“I totally go by the natural regime. I try and eat healthy even though I do binge on chips and panipuri occasionally. Eating nutritious food and drinking a lot of water are essential to my daily health routine. I don’t smoke either, so that helps keep my skin clear and fresh,” she said.
Aditi ventured into Bollywood with the 2008-film Delhi 6 and will next be seen in Wazir, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 13th, 2015.
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