16 Responses

  1. Myla at | | Reply

    Although I like Aroon’s kurta; I think Aparna looks well put together and at ease (and so skinny!). I’m always inspired when women dress their age (as opposed to the budhi ghodi laal lagaam brigade).

  2. piyali at | | Reply

    who looks at the attire when u hav such speakers!! but it is Aparna Sen for me…

  3. Malaika Nair at | | Reply

    All three of them look great and totally at ease. Thats what matters. Mira’s shoes could have been avoided, but doesnt matter.

  4. Smitha at | | Reply

    No way…Aroon’s churidars are tacktastic….Aparna looks best here.

  5. manisha joshi at | | Reply

    i do love aparna sen’s outfit…

  6. seerat at | | Reply

    I like aparna sen best, then mira

  7. anou at | | Reply

    for me aroon is the best. i love her kurta.

  8. lazyU at | | Reply

    I like all three of them. They look causal, relaxed and they do it in desi wear without looking frumpy.

  9. SLC at | | Reply

    Love the organge Kurti (Aroon). The loose churidaar doesn’t bother me, it looks comfy actually.

  10. Chocolate Martini at | | Reply

    Anybody criticizing the fashion sense of these women has to be idiotic. They are intelligent, successful and well-respected filmmakers, and people who went to the program, went there to listen to them speak, not to ogle at them or remark on their clothing choices. They clearly dress for comfort, and nitpicking about their outfits makes PnP seem juvenile and silly.

    Not every woman needs to look absolutely perfect, and I’m sure these women have more on their minds than making sure every detail of their outfits will please the self-proclaimed fashionistas. I would understand pointing out an outfit on these ladies, if it was spectacularly ridiculous, downright dowdy or plain vulgar, but making critical comments about the color combo on a woman like Aparna Sen? Grow up PnP.

    1. Priyanka And Payal at | | Reply

      If you thought this blog was about us commenting on an appearance based on a subject’s accomplishments, you are in the wrong place or haven’t read the blog enough. Be it Shabana Azmi, Anu Dewan, Nandita Das, President Patil, Mrs. Obama, Sonam Kapoor, Manjari Fadnis, Aishwarya Rai or even Aparna Sen… We stick their clothes and clothes only.

      Sure the yardstick changes depending on a person’s age, style, occasion etc but never based on their careers, personal lives and accomplishments. If that were true, then it’d have to be valid for all and that’d be opening a can of worms. And tabloid territory is something we’d rather not stray into.

      Sure some are more accomplished than others but since that’s not what the forum is for, their celebrity and cause of it is best saved for another place and another time.

      1. Iris at | | Reply

        P&P, did you just read my mind?!

    2. Iris at | | Reply

      oh come on, CM, don’t you think you’re taking this a bit seriously? everyone featured here gets rapped/praised SOLELY on the basis of what they wear. going by your argument, Aishwarya should be out of bounds because she is the most beautiful woman in the world, Shabana because she’s an acclaimed actress, X because she’s a successful singer, Y because she’s a businesswoman. being “intelligent, successful and well-respected” doesn’t win them a different yardstick when it comes to dress-sense.

  11. mia at | | Reply

    this blog is for fun and entertainment. we’re not here to solve world peace, etc. i come here to have a short break from the pressures of work and daily grind.

  12. Neel at | | Reply

    Do you guyw know what those shoes called which Aparna Sen is wearing ? kind of khola puri chapal but with heels ? mostly farah and juhi chawala wears em …I want to know where we can get em online ? help pleasee

  13. Ramya at | | Reply

    I like Aparna Sen best here. She looks casual and comfortable

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