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  1. $ at | | Reply

    Amrita rao has this tendency to dress like an teenager….and those shoes???? why just why would you pair those shoes with that romper?? m clueless

  2. Asha at | | Reply

    Cute is not how I would describe this…that pattern on the shorts….it’s literally pointing the way.

    1. Neharika at | | Reply

      Haha…I did not notice until i read your comment…This is outright wthey for me

    2. Amodini at | | Reply

      Agree – it’s literally pointing the way to fashion hell. Ms. Rao needs a (better) stylist.

  3. DramaMama at | | Reply

    Oh dear lord! That’s just bad and that balloon. Not to mention the name of the book. Please deliver us from trashy books and wannabe teenager actors

  4. slc at | | Reply

    The shorts would have worked on someone else, but not Amrita. She should have worn the “skirt” version of this design. Bad shoes.

  5. donkey at | | Reply

    Delicate and simple shoes like thongs that keep the focus on the clothes would have worked better. Especially since she is not tall.

  6. Jiya at | | Reply

    Seriously?? Cute?? No please No!

  7. Jane at | | Reply

    I find the shorts disturbing in a bad way.

  8. Sonal at | | Reply

    Such a disturbing print! Not falttering and cute at all! I dont understand when someone is so pretty and petitie why cant they do something better with their styling!

  9. machinegunmeow at | | Reply

    Where to begin? Yes, the sandals are a dealbreaker but there wasn’t much of a deal to begin with. Those shorts need to go along with the sandals.
    Might be too much to ask but perhaps if she tried something different with her makeup she could do so much more with her looks (given her face and figure).

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