Mumbai, Aug. 27 -- Swiss watch brand, Tissot, known for its accuracy, has added one of the world's largest sporting events to its portfolio of partnerships by becoming the official Timekeeper of the 17th Asian Games Incheon 2014. And just for this, Tissot has created a special collection.
To mark the occasion, Indian trap shooter specialist Manavjit Singh Sandhu was joined by model-actor Kriti Sanon for an event at the exclusive Tissot boutique at a mall in Saket, Delhi.
Speaking about the event, Manavjit Singh said, "The Asian Games is one of the largest sporting events in the world, and it gives me great pleasure to be a part of the celebrations with the brand, right before the Games kick off. I am delighted with my Tissot Asian Games Collection watch. It is a souvenir that I will always cherish. I wish all the players the very best and hope India brings in many laurels."
Kriti looked chic in a pink crop top teamed with a high-waisted skirt, as she flaunted a watch from the special collection. The Asian Games collection includes Tissot's PR 100 Automatic, PRC 200 Chrono Quartz, Luxury Automatic, T-Race Touch and T-Touch II. These watches are priced between '28,000 and '54,400.