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(Exclusive) Padmanabh Singh on his runway debut for Dolce & Gabanna and sartorial choices

Indian royal Padmanabh Singh has scored headlines after making runway debut in Milan recently for a Dolce & Gabanna show. The 19-year-old great grandson of Sawai Man Singh II, the last ruling king of Jaipur, was also featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list. The young newsmaker, who has been on a roll, spoke to Born of Web‘s Karan Bhardwaj in Paris. He was taking part in the Nobility for Ability Charity Polo Cup, a joint initiative by NGO For Ability India and Chantilly Polo Club. The friendly match was played by polo players from Jaipur and Club’s members. Watch the interview below!

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