Hema Malini’s dance enthralls everyone at the launch of ‘Chal Mana Vrindavan’

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New Delhi : Dream girl Hema Malini mesmerized everyone with her dance moves during the book release event of ‘Chal Mana Vrindavan’ based on the holy Braj Bhoomi, in Delhi. Actress Hema Malini is also a BJP MP representing the Mathura parliamentary constituency. At the same time, she is also the chief editor of the book. Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri was also present on the occasion of book release.

The book launch event also saw a fashion show by designer Sulochana Monga. Models were seen dressed in beautiful lehengas representing the heritage and cultural sites of the spiritual city of Vrindavan. The ‘Sholay’ fame actress performed dance steps with the models during the fashion show. Hema posed around the male model who was representing ‘Lord Krishna’, leaving the audience in awe of her performance.

Hema wore a green and yellow ombre print saree, teamed with a matching blouse that had ‘Braj’ printed on it. She completed her look with neckpiece, maangtika, bangles and tied her hair in a bun and put gajra on it. Talking about the fashion show, Hema said, ‘I thank Sulochana Monga. I went to see her dress 10-15 days ago. I saw that there were beautiful lehengas with Vrindavan designs. I said that the book is about to be released, so I have to get this dress. So, I asked her to do a fashion show.

“Usually there is no fashion show during the release of a book. But when I requested him, he did this show. I hope you all liked the costumes. Hema explained in detail the inspiration behind the publication of ‘Chal Mana Vrindavan’, its purpose and the cultural importance of Braj. Hema said, “I am delighted to present this beautifully curated coffee table book that showcases the mystical charm of the holy land of Braj. Years of activism in politics, culture and art have made me realize how eager the artist in me is to explore every aspect of Braj.

The actress said, “My thoughts are enthralled by the revered past of this great country, and it arouses in me the desire to bring it alive on stage through dance, song and drama. My journey has been in search of that bliss and this coffee table book is a part of this ethereal journey.’ Talking further about the book, Hema said that it is based on the beautiful spirit of eternal Vrindavan. He asked, “What is Vrindavan?” What draws people from diverse backgrounds to the holy city of Vrindavan? Saints come here, artists, scholars, or Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Swami Haridas to Pandit Jasraj ji used to come to Vrindavan and sing. Be it Mirabai, be it Surdas, all the saints have come here. Vrindavan has always been a place of attraction.

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