He is a millennial maharaja. Padmanabh Singh, the suave maharaja, who can give film stars a run for their money, is a hot property in the social circuit both – in India and abroad. This is the reason why when Dolce & Gabbana unveiled their spring 2019 menswear in Milan, they invited Pacho, as he is popularly known, to walk the ramp along with Elias Becker, son of Boris, George Spencer-Churchill, aristocratic English polo player; Italian singer Cosmo; blog influencer and American actor Cameron Dallas; Italian influencer Mariano Di Vaio; singer-songwriter Tommaso Paradiso; and frontman of Thegiornalists, singer-songwriter Eva Pevarell.
Some time ago, Pacho created a flutter in the international media when took to the dance floor for the first waltz at the 25th annual Bal des Debutantes in Paris with Ava Phillippe, the teenage daughter of Hollywood actress Reese Witherspoon. What makes Pacho a perfect millennial maharaja is that despite his royal status he remains grounded and uses social media to talk candidly about his life and work which appeals to younger audiences. In fact, he has built a relationship with the younger audience.