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  1. Rana at | | Reply

    This would have been her best look on the red carpet if not for that pose. I wonder what she was thinking ..

  2. Amodini at | | Reply

    Her best look so far!

  3. Fi at | | Reply

    She looks nice in the blue dress, that pose; not so cool

  4. reekmr at | | Reply

    This is the best ive ever seen her look.

  5. apeksha at | | Reply

    she needs some serious image makeover.. she might be dressed in the best of designer clothes yet she reminds me of BTM

    1. Husn at | | Reply

      How can PnP approve a comment calling someone a “bhenji” :-/ ..

      1. anna at | | Reply

        Bhenji is just a term to describe someone’s dressing sense…its not offensive imo

      2. Sev at | | Reply

        I agree. It’s a very derogatory term. And is clearly being used as such. It is essentially an Indian way of calling someone low class.

  6. Slc at | | Reply

    She looks lovely.

  7. Calista at | | Reply

    She looks like she is halfway into a blue sinkhole. The dress is too much for her with her super petite frame. Her clothes should be defined to meet her proportions and not the other way round which is what is happening here. That’s why she looks like she’s trying too hard !

    1. sree at | | Reply

      +1 totally agreed

  8. justcasually at | | Reply

    I think she looks fabulous. Lovely understated makeup to offset a lovely color on the dress. I wouldnt be so harsh on her. Yes, the pose is awkward and being in showbiz , she should know better.

  9. Chez at | | Reply

    She looks lovely. Can ignore the pose. She hasn’t looked this good in ages. A good shift from all the anarkalis

  10. coco at | | Reply

    I think you all are being a little hard on Amrita. This is the best she has looked in a while. And I’ve seen several fashion offenders in worse poses than this on the red carpet :)

    1. Sev at | | Reply

      Agreed. She is one beautiful woman, and her pose, although awkward, is not a patch on the awkward post Angelina Jolie struck while presenting an award a few years back. I’m tied of this mindless adoration of “fashionable” people like Sonam, and this undermining of “unfashionable” or “BTM” (as some people say) women even when they are clearly looking stylish and very attractive.

  11. jaya at | | Reply

    most stylish ive seen of her, she looks fabulous apart from bad posing. the culprit i think is the shiny disco ball of a clutch she is carrying

  12. Roni at | | Reply

    Someone once said ” style is a dress of thoughts”.
    Which I understand to mean to have a’ sense of style’ one’s own personal thought, inspiration or idea is required. If you merely deck yourself up with expensive brand clothes and accessories without your own thought process of how it all should come together…you end up being a ‘bill board’. No offence, Amrita is a pretty lass but has no style or sense of dressing. When your personal thoughts go into how you dress, you ooze confidence, personal conviction, elegance and poise, which is termed style. Kiran Rao, Twinkle Khanna, Priyanka, Sonam, Deepika, Dia Mirza, Anushka Manchanda have this incredible gift. Whether they are attending events, private functions or travelling they step out with style.

    On the other hand to name a few , Amrita, Sameera Reddy, Neha Dhupia are walking bill boards. Catch them on a regular day, “Misfit Frumpy “jumps out.

    1. Hsap at | | Reply

      Dang, You just gave words to my thought

    2. Sev at | | Reply

      I think you’re overthinking things. At the end of the day, they are just outfits-well chosen or not. I think the fashion industry makes its billions out of mindsets like yours. You make “frumpy” sound like the worst thing in the world. Some would describe Miss Marple as frumpy, but is there a more admirable and frankly, kick-ass woman out there than her ? Not in my estimation (admittedly, I am resorting to a fictional character to prove my point, but arguably, the best fiction generates life-like characters, and to me, there is no one more lifelike than her). And if we consider the world of films to which Ms. Rao belongs, I don’t think I have ever loved someone as much as I have loved certain actors like Farooque Sheikh in the 80s, Supriya Pathak in the 80s, or Rekha, or even Madhuri. And none of these people have ever been considered “fashionable”, but the odd thing is, I don’t think I care. And most women or men who are routinely labelled as “fashionable” don’t generate as much interest in me. Maybe part of the reason is that while I am interested in styling in general, and outfits in particular, I don’t care about being fashionable, or fashion as such.

  13. Orange Jammies at | | Reply

    She’s come a long way, P & P. Ignore the pose. :)

  14. Hsap at | | Reply

    Roni, please add Kangana’s name to the first group you’ve mentioned

  15. monika at | | Reply

    u r right…the posing is terrible but love this purple/blue

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