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  1. Mrsa at | | Reply

    If this is Muzzafar Ali’s design, he’s lost it. Can’t believe he’s the same guy who made Umaro Jaan and what a movie it was, my all time fav. The clothes (supposedly designed by him and then wife Subhashini Ali) were near perfect, this outfit not so much..

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    4. Melange at | | Reply

      This is so fugly!

  2. Sapphire at | | Reply

    Kotwara is a joke. And that drawstring/nada is something nobody should see.

  3. sarikah at | | Reply

    What happened there??? The outfits totally taking away from Amy Jacksons persona. It looks really really old like a decade of seasons old.
    She obviously doesn’t know how much of the nada needs to be shown for the latkan to show. Bad styling too.
    Managed to make ‘Amy Jackson’ look sloppy…

  4. Nandita at | | Reply

    OMG! Are you kidding me? This pic of the particular attire should not be allowed to be published anywhere. Ughhh..soooo bad tailoring, fabric, naadaa.. Where does one start? Uff my eyes..my eyes!

  5. Asha at | | Reply

    Is this really from House of Kotwara? Everything looks so amateurish!!

  6. Avani at | | Reply

    This is real bad. How can they put such a gorgeous lady in this mess of an outfit. She still looks good neck up. Talking about the nada, I think it got loosened up.

  7. sheena at | | Reply

    he’s just ruined my favorite piece of clothing “gharara” for me …like.. forever!!

  8. mary at | | Reply

    This is a gharara distinct from a sharara due to the ‘goth’ or the cinched part near the knees. Sharara is like a very flared culotte with no goth.

  9. Archana at | | Reply

    Omg ! Is this even a red carpet look !! Terrible

  10. Sup at | | Reply

    How can someone even pair such garish bright colors with pastels and white? You shouldn’t need a stylist to tell you the ensemble is ridiculous :)

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