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Remo Fernandes to play Sidharth’s boss in Mohit Suri’s ’The Villain’
One of India’s magnetic stage performers and pop icon, Remo Fernandes, has found a new profession at the age of 60 — acting.
While he has reportedly played a role in Anurag Kashyap’s Bombay Velvet, we have now learnt that he will be playing Sidharth Malhotra’s bossin Mohit Suri’s The Villain.
The film is currently being shot in Remo’s home state Goa.
Even though Mohit had a number of options, he was clear that this role could be played only by Remo.
Is there anything more irresistible than a good-looking man with an impeccable sense of style? We think not. That’s why we can’t help but swoon over Sidharth Malhotra. From dapper three-piece suits to casual tees with denims, this guy can pull off everything with aplomb. No wonder then, he’s the perfect candidate for StarWeek’s style quiz. Take a look as he reveals what makes him so stylish!
Describe your signature look.
I don’t know if I have one as yet. But if I had to create my signature look, it would be just a t-shirt and jeans. Say a plain white, V-neck t-shirt with blue jeans.
What is on your lust list at the moment?
That would be a tuxedo. I feel the need for a nice designer tuxedo. Till now, I don’t own one. So far I have only worn stuff from stylists. But I think Tom Ford makes the best tuxedos. Unfortunately, they are also the most expensive (laughs). But very soon, I’ll check my finances and get myself a Tom Ford tuxedo (smiles).
High street wear or designer wear?
I think it would be high street. First of all, they give you more options. Plus, I like to keep it casual. I don’t like to flaunt designer names written on t-shirts or jackets. I feel high street is much cooler, younger and easier and it’s something I am more comfortable with.
What is your style obsession?
Shoes, definitely. I like high top shoes and I like to have different colours in shoes. And recently, I am also obsessed with watches. I like to have watches in different colours. Again, high street comes into play because it’s only high street brands that have funky, cool colours in watches or shoes. Not many designer brands make that many options. They probably make three different shoes for a season. High street gives you more options that way.
What is your no. 1 fashion tip for getting dressed for a party?
Keep it simple. Wear solid colours. Do it according to your body type because not everything suits everyone. Don’t try and flash designer wear, it doesn’t look cool. If you’re wearing designer wear, you should be the only one knowing it and feeling happy about it. Don’t flaunt it. That’s about it. Just remember to keep your body shape in mind while dressing up.
Which Hollywood/ Bollywood celebrity inspires your style?
Brad Pitt is really cool. As far as suits and jackets are concerned, I like George Clooney. He really dresses well. Over here, I think Arjun Rampal has a good sense of dressing and carries his clothes really well. There’s Hrithik Roshan who carries t-shirts and jackets really well.
What are your favourite brands?
I like high street brands. So I like Zara, H&M, All Saints, you can mix and match from there. There’s a brand in London that I like, which is Pull & Bear. If you have to go the designer way, then it’d be D&G. They have cool t-shirts. Rather than plain t-shirts, I like those which have something fun written on them. D&G did a line with Coca-Cola where they had all Coca-Cola captions written on them. I really liked that line.
What is your favourite accessory at the moment?
I like sporting something in the hand. It could be something casual like a thin bead or something. So it depends on what I am wearing. Because these kinds of things only go with certain kinds of tees or shirts.
Which item in your wardrobe would shock the fashion police?
Oh, there’s a white linen jacket which I thought would be really cool. This was years ago and I have never worn it since buying it. And you know, it’s linen jacket but it’s not with the jacket cut. It has that biker cut. So it’s very filmi. I have never worn it but for some reason, I had bought it. I’m sure the fashion police would not like that.
Complete the sentence – You make clothes look good because…
Because I wear something that describes my personality and my mood at that time and not according to somebody else’s expectations. So there is a little bit of me in everything I wear.
By EEPSITA GUHA