Lee Jeans Campaign #24hoursInTheCity was one of the best and most exciting work I’ve done last year and it definitely highlights my year 2015. Honestly, this campaign #24hoursInTheCity took me to a whole new level of intimate journey that I’ve never experienced in my 9 years stay here in Delhi. Having said that, without a doubt Delhi definitely is my second home.
Below are the images along with few narrations covering
#24hoursInTheCity #RiseWithYourCity 8:00-10:30 AM
Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest and busiest market in Old Delhi. By the time I got there the road and the streets were pretty crowded considering how early I was. I’m a regular Chandni Chowk hustler since I shop most of my photoshoot props from here. An early walk through the streets was mesmerizing. It gave me a different picture and experience altogether.
Check out the guy on the extreme right with the turban.
Isn’t he so cool? I can totally rock his look.
#24hoursInTheCity #RideYourCity 12:00 PM
Earlier when I was new to the city and I was on a monthly budget, my only soul commuting was via buses and metros. Now that I’m in a better financial state I commute mostly by autos or taxis.
Crazy delhi rickshaw ride with Ms Coco Queen | North Delhi | Delhi University
May not be the cheapest way to travel but hey not every corner has a metro station.
Prolly my fav picture of the bunch.
These guys were so eager to be in the frame. Hence the grin and a group picture. ( HappyDent Wala SMILE )
#24hoursInTheCity #ExploreSecretPlaces 4:00 PM
We stopped by Majnu ka Tilla for a quick bite and of course to explore the various street shop that sells everything Tibetan! We were all so easily amused. While on the other hand I was busy buying white rabbit, garlic pickle, chicken pickle, chhurpi etc.
I always get to see something new whenever I visit MT.
It’s pretty impossible to have a serious/sexy picture taken when I’m around.
But I totally love this candid moment. (at AMA Cafe)
#24hoursInTheCity #StretchYourNights 7:30 PM
India Gate is one place in Delhi where there is something for everyone. I still remember when I came to Delhi for the first time my cousins took me there for a late night picnic. You get to see people from all walks of life – age, class and time no bar!
More than anything I enjoy participating in all the activities available at the venue. I sure don’t miss out on anything.
A huge thanks to the one and only man behind the lens Rawky Ksh for all the amazing images. I couldn’t have possibly pulled this off without you.
Check Out More of His Work on INSTAGRAM :@rawkyksh