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Bollywood men cutting style
It’s usually the women who get attention at award shows, but the starlets were not the only ones stirring-up excitement at Tampa Bay recently for the IIFA awards; the stylish men of Bollywood did not disappoint.
Dressed in a blue blazer and a bowtie, Hrithik Roshan looked absolutely dashing. And dash is what you probably would have done for your camera when Ranveer Singh appeared on the green carpet; every bit of the lavender Tom Ford tuxedo that he wore, looked so good. Sidharth Malhotra, chose a Manish Malhotra bandhgala and looked “like a waiter” according to some sources. Other desi boys who impressed were: Abhay Deol, Aditya Roy Kapur and Anil Kapoor. We can’t wait to see what the guys wear to next year’s awards!
He showed no signs at the awards, but it is a trying time for Hrithik Roshan. He and his wife, Susanne, after being together for 17 years made a mutual decision to separate last year December. Rumours of them reuniting were put to rest last week; there will be no turning back for this couple, Bolly Talks learnt that on April 30, they both filed for divorce.
Hrehaan and Hridhaan, their sons, have been living with Sussanne after the separation and will continue to do so, since she was granted custody. A close source told the tabloids: “As their friends, we support their decision, but we had hoped that things would end differently. The kids will now be with Sussanne and Hrithik did not object to this. In fact, no allegations have been made by either party. The divorce is expected to come through by October end.”
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