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Gupta's design aesthetic has been defined as a blend of contemporary and traditional with modernity taking the upper hand. She specializes in ethnic wear for women and uses silk, chiffon and cotton as well as rich embroidery work. Pinterest

Fashion designer Masaba Gupta says she has two personalities, one where she is a social butterfly and the other when she is at ease with her mother, actress Neena Gupta.

“Masaba Gupta has two different personalities — one in front of people, where I socialise, come across as hobnobbing, and am a social butterfly, and the other when I am at ease in my house or with my mom,” she said.


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“I always try to maintain balance between my commercial and artistic life where I do absolutely nothing, and then I have a life full of drama, events, celebrating people and many other things. I have this Yogi life on the side. The title of the series ‘Masaba Masaba’ is because of my dual personality,” she added.


Masaba Gupta shared the screen for the first time with her mother Neena Gupta in a show on Netflix – Masaba Masaba. In the semi fictional series the duo were seen showing glimpses of their lives with fashion and film. Pinterest

The designer has opened up parts of her life for a fictionalised series “Masaba Masaba”. In the Netflix show, fashion designer and her mother Neena play their fictionalised versions. The show takes one inside the truth behind the picture-perfect smiles, while exploring her divorce, her bond with her mother, the fickle nature of showbiz and the after-effects of blind items.

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The show, also starring Neil Bhoopalam, Rytasha Rathore, Smaran Sahu and Satyadeep Mishra, released on August 28. (IANS)


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