Sameer Khan, Bangalore based fashion Choreographer started his journey of success in the year 2002. Being a veteran in fashion he explored the potential that Bangalore has in fashion. With his expertise in choreography and grooming upcoming models, he handled many prestigious shows and beauty pageants. His establishment, ‘Elite Model Flatt’ started in the year 2004, marking a new beginning in the fashion industry.
How did the choreographer in you took shape?
When I realized that there are plenty of models in Bangalore but we lacked in good choreography. My career started as a model and I was watchful about my steps. I did shows for many choreographers who didn’t suit my taste.
From that experience I realized that I can do much better than what I was asked to. So took up choreography as my domain and excelled in the same.
Do you regret for not continuing in modeling?
I don’t. I chose choreography to show that Bangalore can do the best.
What is fashion to you?
Fashion is my soul. A wrong step or a small tear in wardrobe takes me off the work. I strive for perfection and I deliver the same.
What are your achievements in this field so far?
•Winner of best choreographer 2008, held at
•Lead choreographer for Miss South India for the past
•Shows in plenty from Launch of Shubh Jewellers to
Davanam in Bangalore. Have made myself available for most of the brands. Corporate firms take my services for their employees to walk the ramp occasionally.
What is your milestone in this profession & have you achieved it yet?
I believe that there are no milestones in this field of work. Learning never ends and so does innovations. This is a creative field and everyday I invent a new trend. Achievement per say are many, I am happy with the journey, I have come this far.
Rapid Fire :
Your role model – San Antonio
Your Dream Show Stopper – Jessica Notelo
One show that you would love to choreograph – Lakme Fashion Week
Next Project – Miss. Queen of India
Style Statement – Wear what you are comfortable in