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A walk on the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) ramp turned out to be special for actress Tara Sharma, who became a showstopper for the first time Saturday for designer Pia Pauro. She says the experience made her nervous.

"It’s actually my debut. I have never been a showstopper," Tara told IANS after the show.

"This is the first time that I walked the ramp as I have never really been a ramp model at all. So I was a bit nervous. I find doing films a less scary experience. When, you have to walk quietly, its quite scary," she added.

Tara wore a knee-length, golden-coloured blingy dress as the showstopper.

The 35-year-old, who has featured in films like "Om Jai Jagdish" and "Page 3", got married in 2007. She has two sons -- Zen and Kai -- and says motherhood makes a woman good at multi-tasking.

"For me, Pia is a friend and the other connection is that we both are moms and have two kids each. The fact is that women can multi-task. So you can be a mother, and be working and can be doing a show and walking on the ramp. If you have good kids and good husband, everything goes smoothly,” she said with a smile.

Pauro's collection, titled Shamal, was high on tribal influence, with a lot of bling. Her clothes, in colours like electric blue, indigo, orange, pink and natural shades, were classy and stylish.

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