The film was disappointing, coming from a director who dealt with Chandni Bar and Page 3 with more sensitivity. In Fashion, the incidents were loosely strung together and the characters came across as caricatures. It’s alright to take creative liberties, but to indulge in sensationalism is inexcusable. Madhur has no understanding of the business. The trend of using models as showstoppers died in the 80s. Nowadays designers use actors if they want a showstopper, they don’t take attitude from models as shown in the film.
No model can talk down to a designer since she will be immediately replaced. Having taken part in Fashion Weeks, I felt the film was exaggerated and a spoof of the industry.