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  1. Hansini at | | Reply

    I heart Shweta Bachchan’s Bengal cotton ( Tant?) saree and Jaya’s Mangalgiri. Mother and daughter look amazing together.

    1. Maryam at | | Reply

      I think Shweta’s saree is called a Dhakai

  2. fromchi-town at | | Reply

    She looks nice and simple, but she looks a bit underdressed compared to the rest of the family. Love the colors on Jaya Bacchan and Swetha.

  3. Tanvi at | | Reply

    Thank God for her beauty that we barely have to look at her boring outfits.

  4. lizzy at | | Reply

    Beautiful <3

  5. arpitha at | | Reply

    i don’t like the special seating these stars, politicians, business people get at religious places, at least here everybody should be equal or have tickets for such special seating where any body who can afford & interested will buy.

    1. Saphire at | | Reply


    2. Hansini at | | Reply

      They were probably invited to be guests of honour, even paid to attend. You think that would merit them special seating…

    3. Dits at | | Reply

      Totally agree.

    4. Moni Pal at | | Reply

      Probably, security reasons!

    5. Kasthuri at | | Reply

      Yes, i couldnt agree more. I think these celebs should deny it too.

  6. Saphire at | | Reply

    Looks nice. I want Jackie to dress like this for a change.

  7. Fashionvibe at | | Reply

    I like her daughter’s chudidar. On a side note why do stars/celebrities wear so much makeup up for a pooja?

  8. Saphire at | | Reply

    Jaya ji’s sari is so lovely.

  9. Avani at | | Reply

    What a beauty! She looks lovely.

  10. Fergie at | | Reply

    So boring! What’s the fashion element here?

  11. Shreya at | | Reply

    She is looking so young…

  12. Maryam at | | Reply

    I have a question: Is it okay for married women to wear white on auspicious occasions? I know Malyalis wear Kasavu for wedding but the part of India I come from does not allow/ prefer married women wearing white other than in mourning. Can anyone shed light?

    1. Nita at | | Reply

      They are superstitious. You can wear white, don’t worry.

  13. Neevia at | | Reply

    Ash is wearing ahaliya.

  14. Slc at | | Reply

    Disappointing, the chikan suit is lovely but the entire outfit is lacking color. This is Durga asthami….colors, color, color, bright, vibrant colors. God even a bright dupatta would have worked. I mean Jaya and Shweta managed to get it right.

  15. lalita at | | Reply

    my comment is for Sr Bachan..at 74 how is he is so comfortably sitting crosslegged on the floor…

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