Earlier, the bravery of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman made his rather characteristic gunslinger moustache with mutton chop beard style the talk of the town.
After Wing Commander Abhinandan’s gunslinger moustache become the latest style trend, sarees – India’s traditional womenwear – have also caught on the “air strike fever”. Sarees with the theme of Air Strike are in demand in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara. Women of different age groups are coming forward to boost the morale of soldiers in the textile city of Bhilwara.
Women are buying the sarees with Air Strike prints and it is giving the impression that they too are with them and supports the courage of the Air force.
Due to the increasing footfall of women at the shop, the shopkeeper is also increasing the production. One of the women who bought the saree said, “We cannot accompany the soldiers by going to the border, but to increase their morale, we are buying this Air Strike sarees. PM Modi has increased the morale of the Army and we want PM Modi to win the upcoming election and lead the nation once again.”
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Earlier, the bravery of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman made his rather characteristic gunslinger moustache with mutton chop beard style the talk of the town. After his return from captivity in Pakistan, many Indians want to sport the ‘Abhinandan style’ on their faces in a nod to the IAF pilot’s emulable bravery and courage, whose face had become the cynosure of all eyes in the last few days.