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Pranati Rai Prakash breaks the stereotype and posts this ravishing bold picture

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 The winner of "India's Next Top Model" Pranati Rai Prakash made her debut from the film "Family of Thakurganj" but gained the limelight from the film "Love Aaj Kal 2" opposite Kartik Aryan. Pranati is the lead in the web series "Manphodganj Ki Binny" in which the audience and her fans loved her Bindass and Bubbly attitude.

Pranati Rai Prakash took the #Challengeacepted trend and posted a bold and beautiful picture of her and captioned it "I want to take this opportunity and say something important. I’ve grown up in smaller towns watching people stereotype women on basis of their clothing. I come from the army background which is probably one of the most dignified environments to grow up in and experience an amalgamation of respect, glory, discipline and liberty. I’m passionate for aesthetics and good aesthetics sure is an art. Amount of fabric is the vaguest way to decide that. I hated how men could wear anything and women had to think so many times and in most cases, they NEVER had the liberty to experiment and experience. I hated it! And I want to change it! I became a designer, a model and constantly try my bit to bring a little change in the mentality of folks who do not allow women to choose their choice of clothing. I can go on and on about this and that stereotypical appreciation and judgement is not all we seek. WE LIKE THINGS and WE WANT IT and of course we can keep it beautiful and decent, rest is perspective. It’s time we realize that we are vast and creative enough to not be stereotypical anymore. Well, this was addressing only one little issue of clothing that I think many people face. "

On the work front, Pranati Rai Prakash will be seen in Punjabi music video "Tenu Gabru Pasand Karda" opposite Bhavin Bhanushali.

 
 
 
 
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#womensupportwomen I want to take this opportunity and say something important. I’ve grown up in smaller towns watching people stereotype women on basis of their clothing. I come from the army background which is probably one of the most dignified environments to grow up in and experience an amalgamation of respect, glory, discipline and liberty. So, I always saw things differently. I loved watching FTV and the ramp shows and those clothes, stitched them for my barbies at a young age of 8...and never looked down upon any garment. I’m passionate for aesthetics and good aesthetics sure is an art. Amount of fabric is the vaguest way to decide that. I hated how men could wear anything and women had to think so many times and in most cases, they NEVER had the liberty to experiment and experience. I hated it! And I want to change it! I became a designer, a model and constantly try my bit to bring a little change in the mentality of folks who do not allow women to choose their choice of clothing. I can go on and on about this and that stereotypical appreciation and judgement is not all we seek. WE LIKE THINGS and WE WANT IT and ofcourse we can keep it beautiful and decent, rest is perspective. It’s time we realize that we are vast and creative enough to not be stereotypical anymore. Well, this was addressing only one little issue of clothing that I think many people face. Until next time, @mehul16 @castingpriyata @nititaylor @shagun__sharma and many others, thanks for dropping the challenge to me, let’s STOP FITTING IN, go live your life your way!⚡️ P.S.: This Photoshoot had a team of three women, @nataliaarantseva, the amazing photographer who’s works seems more like fine art, @__monikadey__ on H&M and yours truly. 💌 . . . . #challengeaccepted #blackandwhite #breakstereotypes #clothing #india #respect #choices #diversityisbeautiful #women #letthemchoose #intm #pranatiraiprakash

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