Manju Grover of M&BG has quit designing and taken up Pranic Healing

It’s been years since we saw the husband-wife duo of Manju & Bobby Grover (M & BG)¬†showcase their collection at any of the fashion weeks. If I remember right, I saw them last showing a collection almost two and half years back.

25look1 Manju Grover of M&BG has quit designing and taken up Pranic Healing Well, post separation Manju Grover ( Manju and Bobby have separated now.) has taken to Pranic Healing and it seems she’s done with designing. A friend told me that Manju is really good with Pranic Healing.

photo.cms  119x300 Manju Grover of M&BG has quit designing and taken up Pranic Healing The separated hubby, Bobby Grover is still active with the ‘Politics of Fashion.’ Being a part of the Board at FDCI, Bobby Grover is the mouth-piece of disgruntled designers. At the last WIFW, a new designer – Sonia Jetley ran straight to Bobby when her ‘Carry-Bag’ (An installation was created with carry-bags of different designers.) fell-off, crying ‘sabotage‘ and Bobby did fight her battle. But it was too trivial an issue for any scribe to give the incident any importance.

By the way, is Booby Grover eligible to be on the FDCI Board without being a designers? It’s definitely an issue to ponder over!

6 thoughts on “Manju Grover of M&BG has quit designing and taken up Pranic Healing

  1. TRICHIA S

    Personally they may have gone separate ways but heard professionally they have signed up a big deal to dsign for a top selling women’s wear label. So fashion still seems to run in their veins. Sometimes professionals may not click personally. Anyway wish Manju the best in her new career too.

  2. Manish

    Not like they really need the money…. anyway wishing Bobby & Manju all the best in their career… They are 2 wonderful people I have ever come across… lots lof love & huggs always…

  3. Anthead

    I always get confused between these two and the Peacock couple. They don’t look physically alike and neither are their designs similar and yet…I guess there just aren’t too many husband-wife duo designers on the scene.

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