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Models scorch the ramp at IPL after-party

Last updated on: March 26, 2010 08:25 IST

Nandita Mahtani showcases her designs

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The IPL has become an amalgamation of sport and entertaiment. And what better way to bring down the curtains on a big match day than by having a nice laidback fashion show.

Here, a model displays a design by fashion designer Nandita Mahtani.


Image: A model walks the ramp wearing a Nandita Mahtani creation
Photographs: IPL/Getty Images
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Modi bonds with the beauties

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IPL chairman Lalit Modi is having a whale of a time what with the competition heating up and generating more interest.

Now, with a party and fashion show, he gets time to relax by hanging out with popular names and faces of high society. A much needed break, should we say, especially after a hard day's work.


Image: Lalit Modi sandwiched between socialites Karishma Burman, Nandita Mahtani and Kavita Chellaram

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Jazzy B keeps the crowds going

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The IPL has thrown its doors open to artists and musicians to show off their talents.

Here, local singer Jazzy B enthralls the crowds with his popular Bhangra music before the start of the IPL match between Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals, on Wednesday.


Image: Jazzy B performs before a match in Chandigarh

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Designer Ramona Narang comes to the party

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The after-match parties get interesting everyday with the best designers from across India presenting their newest creations.

A model dressed in a Ramona Narang design in Chandigarh.


Image: A model walks the runway during the Ramona Narang fashion show

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Colour me gold

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There was a lot of shimmer and bling at the Ramona Narang fashion show.

Here, pretty models wearing Narang's creations give the audience a dose of the bling thing.


Image: Model present designs by Ramona Narang

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Shastri gets into party mode

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The IPL parties are also a good time for 'overworked' commentators to sit back and enjoy themselves. Young presenters-cum-commentators like Angad Bedi are usual faces at these night-outs.

So how could our very own Ravi Shastri miss out on the action. Shastri has made his presence felt at most of these parties, taking in the ambience and swaying to the music.


Image: Ravi Shastri at an IPL party

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IPL Nights - A time to remember

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The latest in fashion and style is exhibited at these fashion shows and it's place for all party animals to reveal their attitude.

A model strutts her stuff in a Ramona Narang creation.


Image: A model walks the ramp in a Ramona Narang design

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Good response for Narang's show

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Narang's fashion show got a good response from all those watching.

She got a thunderous applause as she brought down the curtains on her fashion show on Wednesday.


Image: Ramona Narang takes a bow at the end of her fashion show

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'Prince' Oberoi makes a grand entry

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Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, who was at the match between Kings XI Punjab and Rajasthan Royals, wore his passion on his sleeves as he cheered every run of and every wicket taken by the Punjab players.

Vivek was at the match to promote his upcoming film Prince, but at the party he was seen socialising with a bevy of beauties and enjoing the fashion show put up by Ramona Narang.


Image: Vivek Oberoi chats with friends at the IPL party

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Franchise owners dance the night away

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The IPL parties give franchise owners a good excuse to hit the dance floor and relax.

Rajasthan Royals' Raj Kundra and wife Shilpa Shetty danced the night away after their team defeated Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday.

Despite the loss, Ness Wadia was seen at the party buried in conversation with a friend.

Now, that is what we call Sportsman Spirit!


Image: Owner of Punjab Kings XI Ness Wadia (right) with a friend

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