Ranbir Kapoor impressed by photographer Rohan Shrestha

Ranbir Kapoor impressed by photographer Rohan Shrestha

June 29th, 2010  |  YahaWaha Published in Bollywood News & Gossips  |  168 Comments

Rohan Shrestha impresses Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor‘s shoot with Filmfare Magazine was one of the most popular photo shoots of the year credit of which goes to the man behind the camera – Rohan Shreshta – son of renowned film industry photographer Rakesh Shrestha.
The shoot that showed various facets of the versatile actor was the brainchild of ace photographer to Gen X stars Rohan who has imbibed much of his father’s talent.
Interestingly, Rakesh Shreshta had begun his career with a photo-shoot for Star & Style with Neetu Singh. For Ranbir Kapoor there was an absolute sense of deja vu when he got introduced to youngster Rohan Shrestha.
Reveals a source “When Ranbir learnt that Rohan’s father Rakesh Shrestha had started his career way back in the 70s with his mother Neetu Singh, he was very happy to have made Rohan’s acquaintance. He really loves Rohan’s vision and the two became close friends during the shoot”
We come to hear that today the photographer and his muse share a bond that goes beyond their professional commitments and are already in talks about working together in the near future.

Ranbir Kapoor impressed by photographer Rohan Shrestha

Ranbir Kapoor‘s shoot with Filmfare Magazine was one of the most popular photo shoots of the year credit of which goes to the man behind the camera – Rohan Shreshta – son of renowned film industry photographer Rakesh Shrestha.

The shoot that showed various facets of the versatile actor was the brainchild of ace photographer to Gen X stars Rohan who has imbibed much of his father’s talent.

Interestingly, Rakesh Shreshta had begun his career with a photo-shoot for Star & Style with Neetu Singh. For Ranbir Kapoor there was an absolute sense of deja vu when he got introduced to youngster Rohan Shrestha.

Reveals a source “When Ranbir learnt that Rohan’s father Rakesh Shrestha had started his career way back in the 70s with his mother Neetu Singh, he was very happy to have made Rohan’s acquaintance. He really loves Rohan’s vision and the two became close friends during the shoot”

We come to hear that today the photographer and his muse share a bond that goes beyond their professional commitments and are already in talks about working together in the near future.

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