Fashion Designer Rohit Bal Slams Indian Fashion Industry And Bollywood For This Unexpected Reason

2:01 pm 15 Jul, 2018


Bollywood celebs have to look their best on every occasion, be it movies or any B-town event. Since they are the trendsetters, celebrities can never go wrong with their sartorial choices and for this, they tend to take suggestions from the ace fashion designers in the industry. From Manish Malhotra to Rohit Bal, Bollywood’s favourite fashion designers work day and night to make our celebs look their fashionable best at their public appearances.

Renowned designer Rohit Bal has designed for some of the Bollywood’s A-listers including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ranveer Singh, Sonam Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor. From their ramp walks to film promotions, Bollywood celebs have aced the fashion quotient with designer outfits. It is because of designers like Rohit Bal that our Bollywood celebrities have become the fashion icons for so many of their fans.

Take a look at some of the best looks of the designer on our B-town celebs:


Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Rohit Bal:



Ranbir Kapoor looks dapper!



The unrivaled King!



Varun Dhawan has aced the look:




However, Rohit Bal took a moment to share some experiences of the Indian fashion world, but they are nowhere close to what you expect. Designer Rohit Bal posted a long but soul-stirring rant on his social media account expressing his profound feelings about the Indian fashion industry and Bollywood celebrities.



Rohit Bal began the post by saying that he has been wanting to express his feelings for a long time. Furthermore, he said that while he has been a player in the fashion industry for over a decade now, he has “witnessed the continued bastardization of Indian fashion”.

In his post, he thrashed the fashion magazines in the name of nepotism who are favouring the star kids who have “little or no credibility” and feature them on the cover of the publication due to their film lineage.

Later, he wrote about the “tendency of Bollywood stars of favouring specific designers” and said, “Bollywood has become the biggest player in the arena of misplaced advertising values.” He then raised an important question for the celebs asking, “why can’t these celebrities pay for what they wear like everyone else?”



Read the post by Rohit Bal here:



Apparently, the post was deleted immediately after it was posted on the designer’s social media account. Bollywood celebs have still not commented anything against the allegations by the designer.

What do you think of the designer’s perspective? Let us know in the comments!