Anil Kapoor dons a Pakistani brand Rastah jacket in his new movie Jugjugg Jeeyo – Style

Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor wore Pakistani brand Rastah jacket in its latest version Jugjugg Jeeyo and we are here for that!

There can be a lot of friction when it comes to dealing with our next-door neighbour, but we love cases where everything is set aside for cross-border collaboration and it seems Anil is all for it. Rastah co-founder Zain Ahmad tweeted about the “surprise” he woke up to on Saturday.

“I woke up today and was pleasantly surprised to see legend Anil Kapoor in Rastah for his new film Jugjugg Jeeyo!”

The Mr India the actor posted one of the movie posters where he wears the jacket.

This is not Ahmad’s first crossover with the Kapoors, he said Pictures earlier about his collaboration with Anil’s son, Harshvardhan, saying that they have known each other digitally for a year or two now. “He contacted me through a mutual friend. I sent him clothes, he loved them and since then we’ve been sharing pieces from the collection we released with Harsh.

“Recently he wore a piece that I gave him a year and a half ago – he wore it with his dad for a photoshoot for his upcoming Netflix project and it got a lot of attention,” he said. he stated, adding that Harshvardhan has a ton of Rastah bits. “We have a very good relationship, he’s very nice and he really, really believes in the brand. He [also] love the idea that Pakistan and India can come together despite all these political differences.”

The designer was recently featured in Forbes’ 30 under 30 for his work. “It gives so much international recognition, especially to be based in Pakistan where the rest of the world doesn’t really give us the attention that I think we deserve.”

He said he started Rastah because he noticed a huge lack of global representation of Pakistani fashion. “I wanted to create something that could allow us to tell our own stories,” he explained. “I think it’s very important for Pakistanis and South Asians to own their own narrative and be able to tell their stories.”