Campaign India Team
Dec 06, 2013

Things They Like: Nitesh Kripalani

Nitesh Kripalani, EVP - new media, business development and digital/syndication, Sony Entertainment Network, on his Netgear Router, Audi A4 and more

Things They Like: Nitesh Kripalani
Nitesh Kripalani is out an out a gadget lover. Technology and gadgets amaze him. He loves his entertainment at his fingertips, on the go; he is interested in all products that are essential to having a wireless streaming of content, with commensurate audio and visual experiences.
 
His must have gadget list tops with Netgear wireless router that transmits 12 Mbps Internet connection to all his connected devices. Then his Apple TV, streaming content from iTunes, a Sony PlayStation and a DENON 2312 Integrated Network Amplifier and receiver, with KEF Q700 5.1 speakers, Bose Quiet Comfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones and his iPad.
 
When it comes to dressing, one can find Kripalani in traditional formals comprising of a simple trouser coupled with a French cuffed shirt, at work. His favourite party attire includes denims or trousers, with dark shirts, adding a light linen jacket for the look. He does his denim shopping from Diesel. “Their designs are quite good/new age and the fabric is soft on the skin,” he explains. For industry events, he prefer suits from Abercrombie & Fitch, T. M. Lewin shirts and Raymonds.
 
The only accessories he wears are his watch and reading glasses. “Favorite watch would be Breitling. Well… because my wife gifted me one! No, no… the design is quite good and it’s a sturdy, yet fashionable watch,” he adds. Kripalani likes powerful fragrances and hates it if a perfume leaves stains on clothes. And that makes Armani Black Code his favourite brand in perfumes. He likes his shoes from Cole Haan for its ‘good quality leather and very good workmanship’.
 
Kripalani drives an Audi A4. “It’s a good city car for Indian roads. The car is sturdy, as well as comfortable in all respects,” he concludes.
Source:
Campaign India

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