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  1. Anna at | | Reply

    Wow! love the sari inspired dress. This is the best take on it so far.

    1. Anna at | | Reply

      She needed better earrings to go with that dress and not liking the winged eyeliner, but overall it’s a good look.

  2. PHAT at | | Reply

    It’s so pleasant to see someone represent India so well… She looks nice…

  3. $ at | | Reply

    I think the peplum part is actually making the look effective !!..oue Jeevanta bai ji is actually looking good..though m not fan of this gown !!! (bottom white part is actually a downer)

  4. Nitika at | | Reply

    She looks pretty! I love the saree-gown..

  5. Radhika at | | Reply

    Wow awesome outfit

  6. hitesh at | | Reply

    Cann you please post more tv celebs on this page!!! I am tired of seeing just main stream celebs and socialites that normal viewers really don’t know except from this site on here. She wore a dress from Harsh Harsh at the indian televison awards!!! Srishty Rode who plays Sarita in punar vivah season 2 just wore a Arpita Mehta saree and the same exact saree Madhuri Dixit wore on Jhalak!! please post them!! its a personal request!!!

  7. nisha b at | | Reply

    She looks very elegant. Thank god she didn’t go overboard like other Indian celebs do on an international platform.

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  9. sheetal at | | Reply

    what ! how? when ? im just too surprised to know she is on the jury. But besides that, i think she looks nice ! Much much better than other A listers on the red carpet, at Cannes especially.

  10. Archana at | | Reply

    First time an Indian designer got it right on International red carpet. looks elegant.

  11. Siddhart at | | Reply

    Really nice design. She looks great. I like the fact she went simple on jewellery and make up.

  12. Goldbangle at | | Reply

    It looks like it was inspired by a Sri Lankan style Sari, i.e. an Osari. HH posted J Fernandez wearing one a while back.

    1. kasthuri at | | Reply

      Ya, the peplum bit does remind me of the Kandyan style saree. she wears it well.

  13. Sunisha at | | Reply

    I really love this look on Aashka and its nice to see a fusion design work so well on the red carpet, more often than not, it turns out to be a disaster, because its always nearly too fussy, but the beauty in Indian wear lies in its simple elegance and thats what this gown is, its elegant, because it takes the simple shape and draping of a saree and merges it so seamlessly with a western peplum design. I actually would have looked to have seen a lower hair style on Aaskha, i think it would have give a more effortless vibe to a quite sharp look and maybe a pair of large black crystal stud earrings as opposed to the dangling type she paired it with.

  14. arpitha at | | Reply

    she has dressed well for the event where as many of the bollywood actresses do it wrong.

  15. ig at | | Reply

    pretty dress and the lady carries it off well!

  16. Neharika at | | Reply

    Love the look…One of the best looks of the year..so elegant..a classic combination of indian and western.

  17. Mouse at | | Reply

    Weird and fugly. Plain weird.

  18. olala at | | Reply

    Her waist looks like a mushroom. They could have used a different pattern…

  19. Fergie at | | Reply

    A practical question- does the train drag around behind her and get dirty on the floor?

  20. slc at | | Reply

    She is a really pretty woman and wow she looks good here.

  21. dn at | | Reply

    Very nicely done. Mainstream celebs with major designers don’t seem to get Indo-Western right at international events, so this is a major plus.

  22. Sagar at | | Reply

    Love the outfit – definitely nice for the red carpet!! And she looks gorgeous.

  23. priya at | | Reply

    Awesome garment ! cant believe Indian designer duo have designed it. looks truly International.

  24. Archana at | | Reply

    Amazing design. Kudos to designers !

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