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  1. yeah she looked radiant and I feel she has worn this necklace before can someone enlighten here.

    The Vishwa Kannada Samellan was not in Bangalore but was in Belguam




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    • I don’t think this is a kanjivaram. It is either a jute silk or a dyed bhagalpuri tussar. I saw very similar designs in the latter 2 fabrics recently.




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  2. Happy inside, glowing on the outside. But oooofff – the cap sleeves suggest middle-age, mutton chop arms! All in all, nice get-up.




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  3. The color palette of the sari is astounding – I’ve always thought that Indian clothes look amazing when they incorporate jewel tones. I’m thankful that more celebrities are beginning to wear traditional silks as opposed to the gaudy sheer georgette sarees that certain designers constantly churn out.




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  4. Gorgeous, radiant and perfect! She truly looks like a goddess. Excellent choice for the event.
    I have a Kanchi style jute silk in similar shades and they look awesome when worn.
    And I know people may get irritated with this comment, but I so wish she was at the Oscars in this attire. She looks good sometimes in gowns too, but at the Oscars she was just one of the many in gowns. This would have stopped people in their tracks.




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  5. Those temple borders running almost till the neck spoils the sari and moreover a red blingy pallu to a pink sari…eeks! she is wearing way too much jewelry… the earrings and necklace are anything but good. small jhumkas could have elevated the look… the big stone dial on the necklace almost looks like she is wearing a gents wrist watch on her neck…




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