Actress Kalki Koechlin had a Marilyn Monroe moment during her visit here for a product launch, and said she had to undergo a "lot of practice" to pull it off properly.
"That was lot of practice for this Marilyn Monroe moment," Kalki said soon after the act on stage.
The actress was in the capital to launch Gillette Venus Breeze, a hair removal product for women along with celebrity make-up artist Namrata Soni and celebrity dermatologist Rashmi Shetty.
At an interactive session, all three women were seen advocating and encouraging Indian women to break away from conventions, refresh beliefs, and embrace change with respect to their evolved lifestyles and beauty regimen.
Kalki said she doesn't have the patience to go to parlours and get waxing done and that's why she prefers opting for razors. She also said it's the safest and most convenient method of hair removal for women.
When the emcee asked her how much pressure she feels about looking her best all the time, Kalki quipped: "I always look best, except in the film 'Shanghai' in which director Dibakar Banerjee wanted me to look terrible for my role. I am in an industry where I have to look best and dress up nice. So, finding out the best way to stay in shape and looking your best, is important."
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