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  1. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I think art should be made into a more important subject in schools- it might limit this pandemic of clueless dressing

  2. pdaervo at | | Reply

    …at least, that’s w hen I started to understand fashion
    (although that may have been becasue my art teacher was a retired interior designer and a complete fashionista)

  3. CocoNUT at | | Reply

    I wish she didn’t cover up her outfit with the dupatta, and i don’t like the bottom of the kameez

    i like her hair though

  4. K at | | Reply

    I just swallowed an m&m…. that’s how atrocious and “80s” this outfit is!

  5. Azul at | | Reply

    This is off-topic, but is this from a steel-tycoon Mittal wedding? Don’t remember reading anything about extravagant weddings in the news lately…

  6. kD at | | Reply

    what the……….

  7. kD at | | Reply

    and she’s still doin the cell phone in hands thing?

  8. meha at | | Reply

    where do these ppl pick up clothes like these from? and why aren’t those stores/designers banned yet?

  9. SMM at | | Reply

    People must have needed sun-glasses to look at her

  10. pratik at | | Reply


  11. monika at | | Reply

    Awww…..poor girl.She is quite pretty though. Is she related to Aditi Govitriar?

  12. Ratan at | | Reply

    Good lord!!! Just when I thought I had seen just about everything, I see yet another walking disaster…that too in bright eye piercing combo of pink & turquoise! Disgusting. There should be some rule regarding such people being banned from the tv/movie industry and their celebrity status should be publicly snatched from them for shaming the industry!!
    On an aside, Dee…. even Chandni Chowk & Karol Bagh in Delhi would provide clothes with better fit & look than what she’s wearing!

  13. Ratan at | | Reply

    Monika…….she is Aditi Govitrikar’s younger sister

  14. PJ at | | Reply

    what a waste of a nice face!!

  15. zara at | | Reply

    Why is it, that when it comes to Indian outfits, women have this innate urge to match every single accessory to what they are wearing?
    Not only is the color combination hideous, but the kameez itself is straight out of some 90s Bollywood dance scene on top of a mountain in Switzerland.

  16. Kimmy at | | Reply

    @Zara: It’s not just Indian women! the girls where I live SWEAR that if your sneakers are red, your shirt, belt, bag AND nails have to be same shade too! smh!

  17. zara at | | Reply

    @Kimmy: Haha! No, you’re completely right. I’m from Southern California, where everyone’s pretty laid back, style-wise, but in certain urban areas, people color-code their outfits from head to toe, with accessories to match. Sometimes, it’s like walking through a sea of crayons.

    I used Indian women as an example because I’ve been dragged to parties for my 20 years of existence, where the aunties and their “fashionable” daughters parade around looking like Christmas trees.

  18. spongy at | | Reply

    wats wid u ppl..wen u dont liek anythin u start sayin..oh its the indian women,,indian celebs..ye vo…crap…k get it u live outside..but is it neccesary makin these kinda comments..

  19. Payal (HHC) at | | Reply

    You’ll understand why we couldn’t publish your comment because you used profanity. As for bringing Indians down, people are just trying to point out a pattern.. and as zara and Kimmy mentioned, it happens everywhere…
    If you have anything to say about us, eliminate the bad words and we’ll be more than happy to publish your concerns. ;)

  20. Ramesh Jajoo at | | Reply

    She looks adorable. I think you people are just criticiing some one so pretty either because you guys dont look good or dont have better things to say.

  21. Ramesh Jajoo at | | Reply

    She looks adorable. I think you people are just criticiing some one so pretty either because you guys dont look good or dont have better things to say.

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