“When I was a child, I was only interested in cricket. Pictures never attracted me, ads held no meaning. Photographers were a non-entity, and models were never more beautiful than my English teacher was. Says Rafique
Times change. I came into professional photography more by chance than choice. To excel became a matter of pride, and I chose fashion as my field of specialisation, which brought with it name, fame, arrogance and a narrow vision. Beauty came to be defined as a perfect physical entity, not more.
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