Satya Paul Dies at 79: Kangana Ranaut, Masaba Gupta and Others Mourn the Loss of the Celebrated Designer

Rushabh Dhruv
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Ace fashion designer, Satya Paul, who is popularly known to give the Indian six-yards a contemporary touch breathed his last on January 6, 2021, in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore. The popular face passed away at the age of 79. His son, Puneet Nanda shared that Paul had suffered a stroke in December and was recovering at the hospital before he was shifted to Sadhguru's Isha Yoga Centre, his home since 2015. Satya Paul died at the Yoga centre. As soon as this new was out, many Bollywood celebs mourned the loss of the celebrated designer. Satya Paul Passes Away at 79! Celebrated Fashion Designer Who Redefined Indigenous Prints Dies at Coimbatore’s Isha Yoga Centre, Fans Pay Condolences on Twitter.

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From Kangana Ranaut, Madhur Bhandarkar to Masaba Gupta, many stars paid tribute to the magical weaver. FYI, Satya Paul launched his label in April 1985 and it's known for its indigenous prints. His brand had started on a low scale catering to only India but now is popular even across the globe. Satya Paul's designs are synonyms to a palette full of vivid colours. Check out celeb reactions to his death below. Pierre Cardin, Iconic French Fashion Designer, Dies Aged 98.

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Paul's son Nanda in his Facebook post mentioned how the deceased was more than just a designer. "Most people are not aware, more than as a designer or entrepreneur, he has been steadfastly a seeker. In the ’70s, his inner journey started with going to listen to talks with J Krishnamurty, Later, he took sannyas from Osho. After Osho left in 1990, though he wasn’t seeking another Master, he discovered Sadhguru in 2007. He immediately started enjoying the path of yoga and eventually moved here in 2015," he wrote. May his soul rest in peace.