‘Don’ girl in ‘Police’ net

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All grace and style: Brand ambassador of ‘Police’ and actor Eesha Koppikhar in the city on Friday.
All grace and style: Brand ambassador of ‘Police’ and actor Eesha Koppikhar in the city on Friday.

HYDERABAD: She sure is eye candy, lithe and exquisitely chiselled face. Quite an apt choice for a style ambassador for a world famous brand - Police. Eesha Koppikhar, the Mumbai-based model and star, who refused to be over-shadowed by the gorgeous Priyanka Chopra in Farhan Akhtar’s ‘Don’, looks more beautiful than on screen.

“My style statement is my attitude and a smile on the face,” she made it clear, in her interaction with presspersons, showing off a glittering ‘Police’ watch on her wrist. “It is a youth centric advertisement and reflects my personality,” she said flashing her sexy smile.

Lucky mascot

Dressed in black, Ms. Koppikhar has been the lucky mascot for the Italian based company which is into watches, leather accessories, perfumes, sun glasses and jewellery. The Police, however, was launched in the country few years ago. And contrary to the popular notion, the brand price range is not at all super premium.

Let’s say they are more in the affordable range of Rs. 5,000-Rs.15,000, revealed Haresh Chainani, Managing Director, Ganga Watches, who are the sole distributors for the brand products here. Andhra Pradesh and more so, Hyderabad is a key market for Police and an exclusive outlet is to be opened in a few months in Cyberabad.

Now, back to Koppikar. Not many may remember that one of her first films was in Telugu – ‘Chandralekha’, a Nagarjuna starrer, a take off on the popular Hollywood movie – “While You Were Sleeping.” Of course, she was Isha Koppikar then. She has made her mark in Bollywood since then even if not in the top notch bracket. She was game to do movies down south if the right offer comes her way and as of now she is busy with a couple of films including a Ram Gopal Varma film.



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