Fashion kept me rivetted from the beginning to the end. Not once did my concentration lapse. A very absorbing movie all in all.
It was only a little before the end, that I realised that there was no real male protagonist in the movie and it was very female centric, however, I saw that my husband also did not find anything amiss and could relate to the movie as much as I did.
A great opportunity in the form of author backed roles for Priyanka and Kangana, both of whom deliver great performances. A point or two extra to Kangana, who despite no background in the field of modelling has not only looked the part to the T, brought through the attitude perfectly, but has also walked the ramp with amplomb, even a tad better than our own Miss World. So kudos to her for that, however, she did need to brush up her diction a bit, as it needed to be a bit more sophisticated for the supermodel character that she played.
Priyanka got the attitude perfect but was just a little more self conscious about her appearance and her walk down the ramp, at that point in the movie when she takes over as supermodel from Kangana.
Yes, the movie focussed on the negative aspect of the modelling world, but then it is movie and not a documentary, and would need to be a little dramatic to hold the audience. Can be taken with a pinch of salt. Also the end is a little stretched. The sudden swing in Priyanka from considering Kangana as a rival to such a strong emotional attachment was a little difficult to swallow, specially since it happened so fast.
However, well worth a watch. Madhur is just getting more and more polished with every film of his. Way to go!