He wears a Ganesha tattoo on his right arm and an ayat around his neck. His fashion philosophy is much the same: "The Deepak Perwani man and woman have no fashion boundaries. They do not belong to a country or religion. They are the children of the global village."
I have no clue if Deepak is married or not, but some years ago he was looking for a nice Hindu bride. "Mathematical chance isn't on the side of a Sindhi Hindu looking for a suitable arranged match within the small community. The girl has to be imported..since I am doing too well here to be exported," Deepak told The Outlook magazine.
His mother Renu was planning to "parade him" in Bombay, Dubai and Hong Kong. "I would never accept a Muslim girl in my house. All my friends are Muslims and I know they are very beautiful people, cultured and nice. But a daughter-in-law is a different matter."
Deepak, according to Pakistani law, cannot marry a Muslim girl: "I'd have to convert. And I would never do that."
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