'Fashion Drill': Get set for a sin-tillating experience!
The competition is on a rise and it is certainly getting tougher with the contestants of zoom 'Fashion Drill' – Model of Honour trying their best to learn what it takes to be a model par excellence. This week the contestants will come face to face with their darkest challenge yet.
In a stylish catalog shoot for Pepe Jeans London, a location never explored before on the small screen, the contestants will be seen using lethal props.
Apart from posing with hammers, saws, drilling machines, shovels, spades, and cement grinders they would also need to portray the seven cardinal sins. The twelve contestants would be tested on their most tantalizing expressions and ability to outshine their fellow contestants in the same frame.
After an exciting task, the participants will be seen preparing themselves for the last challenge before the finale.
Under the watchful eyes of well-known model and actor Rajneesh Duggal, the contestants find themselves posing against sporty Yamaha Bikes in the trendy apparel. The contestants need to create four good pictures in 45 seconds with only ten shots. The male models will be using a garage setup, whereas the ladies will pose at a tennis court.
Who will be the one to impress the judges? Watch the contestants trying to outdo themselves in the quest for the Model of Honour on zoom 'Fashion Drill'.
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