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Photos: Bipasha Basu, Sonakshi Sinha, Nita Ambani at Marks and Spencer

Tue Nov 12 2013, 14:35 hrs
Bollywood actresses Bipasha Basu and Sonakshi Sinha during launch of Marks & Spencer collection in Mumbai. PTI
Bollywood actresses Bipasha Basu and Sonakshi Sinha during launch of Marks & Spencer collection in Mumbai. PTI
An employee walks inside a Marks & Spencer store in New Delhi. Britain's biggest clothing retailer Marks & Spencer wants to convince India's young and trendy that it is fashionable too as it looks to offset slowing profit growth and declining sales overall. (Reuters)
An employee walks inside a Marks & Spencer store in New Delhi. Britain's biggest clothing retailer Marks & Spencer wants to convince India's young and trendy that it is fashionable too as it looks to offset slowing profit growth and declining sales overall. (Reuters)
Workers prepare a sign before the opening of a Marks & Spencer store in Mumbai. Britain's biggest clothing retailer Marks & Spencer wants to convince India's young and trendy that it is fashionable too as it looks to offset slowing profit growth and declining sales overall. (Reuters)
Workers prepare a sign before the opening of a Marks & Spencer store in Mumbai. Britain's biggest clothing retailer Marks & Spencer wants to convince India's young and trendy that it is fashionable too as it looks to offset slowing profit growth and declining sales overall. (Reuters)
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland, poses for photographers with Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, left during the opening of their biggest store in India, Mumbai, India. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK-retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland, poses for photographers with Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, left during the opening of their biggest store in India, Mumbai, India. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK-retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland, second left, poses for photographers with Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, second right and Bollywood actors Sonakshi Sinha, left, Bipasha Basu, right during the opening of their biggest store in India, Mumbai. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland, second left, poses for photographers with Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, second right and Bollywood actors Sonakshi Sinha, left, Bipasha Basu, right during the opening of their biggest store in India, Mumbai. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Bollywood Actresses Bipasha Basu, Sonakshi Sinha, Social Activist Nita Ambani and Marc Bolland, CEO of Marks & Spencer during promotional event in Mumbai. (PTI)
Bollywood Actresses Bipasha Basu, Sonakshi Sinha, Social Activist Nita Ambani and Marc Bolland, CEO of Marks & Spencer during promotional event in Mumbai. (PTI)
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland, left, poses for photographs with Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, second right and Bollywood actors Sonakshi Sinha, second left Bipasha Basu, right, during the opening of their biggest store in India, Mumbai. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK-retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland, left, poses for photographs with Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, second right and Bollywood actors Sonakshi Sinha, second left Bipasha Basu, right, during the opening of their biggest store in India, Mumbai. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK-retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, center, poses with Bollywood actors Sonakshi Sinha, left, and Bipasha Basu during the opening of Marks & Spencer's biggest store in India, Mumbai. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK-retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Indian businesswoman Nita Ambani, center, poses with Bollywood actors Sonakshi Sinha, left, and Bipasha Basu during the opening of Marks & Spencer's biggest store in India, Mumbai. Marks and Spencer Reliance India, a joint venture between Mukesh Ambani-run Reliance Industries and UK-retailer Marks and Spencer Plc, intends to open 15 stores in two-years, mainly in the metros, local news reports said. (AP)
Bollywood actresses Bipasha Basu and Sonakshi Sinha during launch of Marks & Spencer collection in Mumbai. (PTI)
Bollywood actresses Bipasha Basu and Sonakshi Sinha during launch of Marks & Spencer collection in Mumbai. (PTI)
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