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Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire and few have made it internationally as well.



Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire and few have made it internationally as well. (© Ramesh Sharma/India Today Group/Getty Images)
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  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire with few having made it internationally as well. (© REUTERS)
  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire and few have made it internationally as well. (© Ramesh Sharma/India Today Group/Getty Images)
  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire with few having made it internationally as well. (© REUTERS)
  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire with few having made it internationally as well. (© REUTERS)
  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire and few have made it internationally as well. (© Solaris Images/Getty Images)
  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire and few have made it internationally as well. (© Solaris Images/Getty Images)
  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire and few have made it internationally as well. (© Ramesh Sharma /India Today Group/Getty Images)
  • Find out the faces of these exotic women have set India's fashion runways on fire and few have made it internationally as well. (© AP Photo/Dan Steinberg)
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