"Wear your attitude since it makes you," model, actress and Femina Miss India Universe 2001 Celina Jaitley tosses in a suggestion for the Gen-N models, her blue eyes and infectious smile spilling over enough of it. Decked up prettily in a bridal outfit designed by Neeta Lulla, the screen scorcher floored the onlookers at the grand finale of Hyderabad Fashion Week on Friday.
"Today's youth is lacking in right attitude, thus leaving them fall behind in the rat race," she hastens to add when inquired why India is failing to sweep beauty pageants in the recent past.
Having hit the ramp after a long time, the svelte beauty is apparently all elated working with her dream designer Neeta Lulla, "because she is someone who is always looked up to and her work is admired. I'm really privileged branding her collection here. And, Hyderabad really has beautiful people. Hope it hogs the limelight soon."
Pat comes the reply when asked about her visit to the City of Nawabs yet again. "What I like most about Hyderabad is how clean and green the city is. Wish the other cities too take a cue from Hyderabad in maintaining themselves!"
Busy as usual with a few Bollywood and Mollywood projects in her kitty, the actress recently did a Kannada film and is desperately looking forward to tease the movie-buffs in Telugu and Tamil industries. "My Telugu debut was a disappointment, but this time, it won't be," she chirps.
Talk about competition and she quips, "The film industry is all about beautiful people. If we start competing, there's no fun anymore. Moreover, we all have our own identities and character; so there's hardly any scope for competition," she makes a point before signing off.