Uorfi Javed requires no introduction; she is frequently carried into the hot topic of the tinsel town for her distinctive outfits. The actress grabs all the attention of netizens with her DIY style, and her way of carrying unique fashion catches the eyes of many celebs from Hollywood to Bollywood. The praise for her always remains at its peak, from the top-level designers to some of the biggest celebrities in India. Not only this, the diva is currently at the top of every designer's priority list, and everyone wants to collaborate with her for their exclusive designs. A few days ago, one of the photoshoots for Dirty magazine in association with India's top ace stylist, Anaita Shroff Adajania, grabbed a lot of attention, and now what is making more buzz is Anaita dubbing herself Uorfi's fan. Yes, you read that absolutely.
The diva is known for her stunning looks, with which she has built a fan following across India. Many young ladies get inspired by her, and more than that, they root for her to carry this legacy forward with the same grace. Uorfi has worked with many big designers across the nation, and her own designs have a separate fan base. But what takes her even higher is what Anaita has said about Uorfi in an interview where she praised and appreciated Uorfi's work from below.
In a conversation with one of the media portals, Anaita revealed how eager she was to work with Uorfi and also opened up about her feelings when she got to know that she was doing a shoot with Uorfi for Dirty magazine. She said, "I've been a fan of Uorfi for a while, and we have been chatting on DM, and that's how we know each other, and I proposed her as a cover girl to magazines, and they declined it, but I actually wanted to do something with her, and I said, It doesn't matter, I will do it myself; I will get a great photographer, hair, makeup, and everything, and just after that, Kshitij called me and said, I want to talk with you about a top-secret project, and I was least interested in listening to him, and was about say a no but he kept on saying this and that, and then I asked, who? He said Uorfi, and I was like, Whattt? I am on, I am on, I am going to do it."
Such immense rooting for Uorfi Javed from Indian fashion goddess Anaita Shroff will surely take the diva to the ninth heaven.