Aditi Rao Hydari loves shoes!
Sunday, December 09, 2012 13:19 IST
Aditi Rao Hydari has a fascination for shoes and has an enormous collection to boast of

While some celebrities have a fancy for luxe clothing and some for expensive totes, Aditi Rao Hydari apparently is obsessed with shoes. The actress loves to wear different kinds of footwear and even collects them as if they were prized possessions!

A source says, `Aditi cannot resist purchasing shoes whenever she goes shopping. She always carry a few pairs with her when she is travelling and also likes to purchase some more on her trips.`

Aditi apparently has more than 200 shoes! The actress says, `Shoes rule my wardrobe and I love buying them from different parts of the world.


The best thing about being a girl is that we don't have to stop splurging on accessories.` She could very well become the next Imelda Marcos!
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