Kangna's return gift
Wednesday, November 07, 2012 13:51 IST
Ranaut recently walked as the showstopper for Gavin Miguel who had designed for her first-ever portfolio

Kangna Ranaut seems to be in no hurry to forget the favours she received before she took her first step into Bollywood. Years after Gavin Miguel designed for her first portfolio, which eventually landed her the role in Gangster, the actress agreed to walk the ramp for him as his showstopper.

The actress is known to be a chameleon when it comes to adhering to style trends and was recently voted as the country's best-dressed actress by an entertainment magazine.

Gavin says, `I designed a concept gown for her and no one else but Kangna could have carried it off so gracefully.`

The designer has also worked with Kangs on her upcoming superhero film. Gavin states, `It's always a challenge to design for this know-it-all star.`
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