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  1. Avani at | | Reply

    LMAO! It needs a lanky -model body to pull of that kind of gown. Gown looks good on the model and looks like clown clothes on her. The akimbo only works for upper part not for lower part, Ms Hydari. lol.

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  3. prep-y at | | Reply

    Nope! not a good choice at all, Aditi!

  4. Becca at | | Reply

    My question is: these celebrities do not they have any family or friends who can tell them, what the heck are you wearing! I mean seriously!!!!

  5. Asha at | | Reply

    She can do the “teapot” pose till kingdom come, it’s not going to make this atrocity look any better.

    1. Avani at | | Reply

      Bwahahaha! Till kingdom come… not sure if that was an intended dual pun because there are one or two lurking over here always stating she belongs to some “royal” family. As if! Thankies for the guffaws, this is the second time I am spilling my coffee over my laptop . :P

      1. Asha at | | Reply

        She is??? LOL who woulda thunk that?

      2. anna at | | Reply

        She has royal lineage from both her parents. Her grandfather was instrumental in pre independence government in princely state of Hyderabad and founded many key institutions. As a token of how significant both sides are, she took both last names. That’s double the royalty!!

        And then came article 14 and we all became just as important as former royals.

        1. Avani at | | Reply

          Well since the sarcasm flew over you. Lets get to the point. Big friggin’ deal at this time & age to brag if the person has a royal background or rags background. Being from royal clan automatically has never and will never equal to a person’s class/elegance/poise/personality. If that is the case , the so called “royals” – Kshatriyas are technically below the Brahmins(Manusmriti and even in current times). So if it is a Brahmin celebrity, people should go around bragging about even how even the royals are below them. LOL!

          1. anna at |

            Dear Avani, major love to you for this. If you read again, I had mentioned article 14 of the Constitution that makes everyone just as important. You were sarcy, I was mean in saying double the royalty– then came article 14 :)

            Good to know I’m not the only one who thinks it’s not a thing anymore ;)

          2. Avani at |

            Articles come and go in India but the fact remains that even now there are some silly people who go around talking about such *beep* stuff. I was just referring to it. I might have read between the lines, excuse me for that. :)

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      1. KT at | | Reply

        Why do we keep talking about her purported royalty???? I’m beginning to feel sorry for her. These rumors must be so embarrassing for her. In this day and age, having feudal heritage is something that people are ashamed of. Even if these are not rumors, it is improper to keep reminding her that her ancestors were feudal lords and tyrants.

        1. Avani at | | Reply

          So true. With royalty came the feudal lords. We need to feel sorry for those who comment on that aspect because they seem to be still living in the dark ages not her. Lol.

  6. Working Womanista at | | Reply

    Oh No. Why..!!!!!
    She was having such a good run lately. Why would you spoil it with this thing. :(

  7. ewww at | | Reply

    I have never seen such a terrible design.

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  9. Div at | | Reply

    Here she looks like a tea cosy!!! Sothe tea pot pose works!!!

  10. oddjig at | | Reply

    i like the idea of the dress-its very editorial and cool. maybe it would have fared better if she had customized the dress such that the shiny panel was removed and the orange part extended till the floor.

  11. Aparna at | | Reply

    To begin with, why is this a designer piece? That’s Velvet, carpet and gift wrap foil.

  12. trupsster at | | Reply

    What?! I really like the look! Aditi has kept the hair simple, accessories nil/minimum, and let the gown do the talking, which really, is a statement piece! It is fabulous!

  13. from-chitown at | | Reply

    Its quite an eyesore of a dress, even on the runway. And on Aditi it looks all the more atrocious. Kudos to her for trying out something new – but this is spectacularly bad.

  14. simsim at | | Reply

    Wow that orange is a strange “fabric”, looks like glitter vinyl upholstery fabric used on retro diner restaurant booths:)

  15. Ik at | | Reply

    Why does it flare so much, did she wear a hoop skirt.

  16. Ahot at | | Reply

    Good catch P&P! Aditi Rao gets major brownie oints for daring to go another route. Like a true fashionista does. Love her confidence as well, so the gown is forgiven. :-)

  17. Ahot at | | Reply

    Good catch P&P! Aditi Rao gets major brownie points for daring to go another route. Like only a true fashionista does. Love her confidence as well, so the gown is forgiven. :-)

  18. ishas verdict at | | Reply

    It’s the final panel that kills it for me – her face looks beautiful as always.

  19. KT at | | Reply

    This dress makes her face look tiny compared to her body. She does not have the height to carry off a dress like that. Very few do. She is 5 feet tall. Frankly, the dress itself is overrated, imho. It is really an eyesore. When you wear an eyesore, you are not being risky. You just don’t know fashion!

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