1. Home
  2. Entertainment
  3. Bollywood
  4. Sangeeta Bijlani Turns Sexy

Sangeeta Bijlani Turns Sexy

Away from cricketer-turned-politician Azharuddin, former model Sangeeta Bijlani is  back to being the sizzler that B- town & the fash frat once knew, reports Mail TodayThe wardrobe, the report says,  is a pointer to whether
PTI September 19, 2010 10:22 IST
PTI
Away from cricketer-turned-politician Azharuddin, former model Sangeeta Bijlani is  back to being the sizzler that B- town & the fash frat once knew, reports Mail Today

The wardrobe, the report says,  is a pointer to whether a woman is engaged, or in case of Sangeeta Bijlani, if she is nearly out of a marriage.

With rumours of her having filed for divorce from her “ erring” husband Mohammed Azharuddin doing the rounds, her wardrobe is the one betraying the first signs of confirmation.

Clad on Day 1 of the Lakme Fashion Week in a short, figure- hugging, white designer dress, the former actress looked like a new woman. No longer scared to be herself, she announced her arrival on the B- town social map again.

Those in the know of things say that a fashion week is the place to be. It not only tells you about the signs of things to come in terms of clothes and accessories but also forecast many other bigger announcements off the runway.

The ongoing fashion week in Mumbai is no different.

Living up to the reputation of most fashion weeks across the world, where people are busier gossiping ironically about everything but fashion, here, too, everyone is watching for the signs off the catwalk.

Who is leaving whom, who is arriving with whom and who takes the front row at whose show are what make people excited. So far, the talk of this fashion week has been, “ How lovely does Sangeeta look”? A photographer was heard saying, “ Everyone wants to take her pictures nowadays. We want to wait for that one pose that will say she's single.” Riding solo nowadays, Sangeeta has become what most women do after a relationship goes sour — they turn sexy with a vengeance.

Suddenly, you see them come out in figure- flattering dresses, low- neck tops and calf- enhancing heels.

They arrive, so to say.

Relationship counsellor Rita Gangwani says, “ It's a way of becoming free. You want to leave your old self behind and start a new chapter.

The change always happens inside out or sometimes the other way around.” No surprises then, Sangeeta is letting her clothes speak of the route she has possibly taken. She's disassociating from a past where she had to wear pretty yet feminine, conservative dresses. She almost slipped into a homely, behenji mode when she started to campaign for Congress MP Azharuddin. One always spotted her in Delhi wearing chikankari salwar kameezes.

But, now she's back home — in Mumbai — where she can be herself once again, back to being the sizzling Sangeeta the fashion and film industry once knew.