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PRABALIKA M. BORAH
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Chat Model Indrani Dasgupta on her health, skin and the next assignment

fit and fineModel Indrani Dasgupta
fit and fineModel Indrani Dasgupta

Indrani Dasgupta is a supermodel, TV host and brand ambassador of some of the most popular brands but she would not want to forsake health for a figure that makes heads turn.

Indrani says she loves the splendour of the Taj Falaknuma Palace and had been there earlier for a friend’s wedding. “It’s nice to live in a fabulous palace like this and see the beauty of the city unfold as night falls,” she says while nibbling on cheese cubes with giant olives.

Indrani, who was one of the hosts for a TV show on FOX History & Traveller’s — What’s with Indian Men says she thoroughly loved the experience of the show and the assignment. “I got to learn a lot and see places where I might not have gone otherwise, while doing the show. Also the show was different because we were on our own, talking to random people and discovering personality traits on a broad spectrum,” she says.

The show is over and Indrani is geared for the next one.

“We still don’t know what it is going to be like. But I am looking forward to taking up a new challenge and a new assignment,” she smiles.

Balanced foods and care

What about skin care and fitness schedules during such hectic assignments?

“Those things get affected but once we are back to our pads, I make sure I make the best of the time to take care of myself. Also during all our assignments we have to keep a check on what we eat and drink. What we eat will reflect on our skin,” she says.

So would Indrani say she is blessed with good genes or does she believe in dieting? “Good metabolism for sure, and I eat balanced meals. That pretty much takes care of everything.” She says she’d rather look healthy than be anorexic.

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