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Well known Bollywood personality Karan Johar always amaze his buffs when it comes to style and dressing sense. He is a super star as his work speaks it all. Everything he puts on, right from his shoes to his add-ons, are worth praising, and the fashion statement blossoms on them.
The most recent accessory he puts an impression with, is a see-through Louis Vuitton bag, which boats of a prism aesthetic, and appears to be altering colour based on the viewpoint it’s seen from.
The ace star is holding the Keepall Ss19 Virgil Abloh Hologram Prism 50 Bandouliere 870230 Clear Canvas Travel Bag by Louis Vuitton, and it truthfully is one of the super special travel bags we have ever witnessed.
Encrusted with a holographic look, the Keepall Ss19 Virgil Abloh Hologram Prism 50 Bandouliere 870230 Clear Canvas Travel Bag has an exclusive rainbow coloured iridescence, which turns it one of the most adored pieces from the extraordinary collection.
When we talk about the cost of the bag, it carries a big price tag. The bag is priced at 10,495 Dollars that when changed to INR comes to about Rs 7,28,695.
On the other hand KJo was full of praises for Kangana Ranaut. He praised her upcoming flick Manikarnika and named her “one of the best actresses” in Bollywood.
On a chat show, when KJo was asked if he would be happy directing Kangana for his forthcoming project, he answered, “Yes, for sure. Kangana is one of the best actresses we have.”
“I don’t love this word, somebody else does. Ab hum bolega toh bologe ke bolta hai. Toh I have left it to that person to do all the talking and I will continue to do my job,” Karan stated at an event.
On a related note, when the curled beauty was questioned whether she would assist her kid get a movie and turned out to be an actor 20 years down the line, she answered, “If I do that, the possibility of him being a good director will be 50 per cent. If I really care for him as a mother, I will let him find his own way, because he can make a good living out of anything, anywhere.”