Top Male Model Arnav Singh Raising the Bar of Indian Fashion

Arnav Singh was discovered for modelling in May 2018 in Delhi. With his unique style, amazing height and jaw-dropping good looks, he looked extremely promising in the domain of modelling.

Just sometime later, he walked the ramp at the Orissa handloom week that took place in Delhi. Post his debut, he turned heads when he walked at yet another coveted fashion show, India Fashion Week by Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) for Rajasthan based designer Rohit kamra.

Soon after he Walked the ramp at the Khadi Fashion show presented by the FDCI in collaboration with Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) as a part of SME convention hosted by Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) for ace designer Rohit Bal.

He was a part of a terrific collaboration between two heavyweights in the fashion industry, The FDCI and the Lakme Fashion week in march 2021. He set the show on fire when he walked for designer Pawan Sachdeva in this first ever phygital fashion week and gained a lot of recognition.

Standing 6 feet 3 inches above the ground, his lean muscular physique, toned abs and voluminous long hair, make him stand out in the crowd. In short, he is a perfect dream boy with a hot body and a dreamy look.

Born and brought up in Delhi, Arnav is keen on trying his hands at acting. When asked about the same, he said ‘I don’t believe in limits. I’m a go-getter. As far as acting is concerned, I think i really like acting and I want to keep expanding my horizon which i think i can as an actor. So I’m really looking forward to act and will definitely give my all when blessed with the opportunity.’

So, being an established model, how will this perfect dream boy perform on the big stage of acting? Well, we have to wait and watch.

To peek into his life and stay updated, you can visit his instagram profile :

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