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  1. K at | | Reply

    Asin is like a hybrid between a Kajol and Priyanka. That’s the “vibe” I get.

    By the way, I hate the outfit and the shoes – too matchy matchy. I personally dislike the “frock” style on grown women.

  2. Surbhi at | | Reply

    the fit is not good.. and its hard to blv that its G&N.. usually their dresses are well stitched?…oh well

  3. sandra at | | Reply

    She looks beautiful from head to toe…

  4. Such at | | Reply

    Asin is lovely but this is such a prom dress! I think just hiding the organza lining would be an improvement.

    On a separate note, it’s troubling to see that “fairness” creams still have a market.

  5. pdaervo at | | Reply

    you know what? I like the G&N dress, very Marylin Monroe
    those shoes are would be great with a not-red dress
    together, though, they clash

  6. RB at | | Reply

    such a pretty girl.. but the red dress and shoes are just awful! not digging it one bit!

  7. Isha at | | Reply

    i guess.. it was the theme of the event.. the organisers asked her to wear all red :-/ ..

  8. Megha at | | Reply

    the red chiffon with the red patent really does look good
    would have never thought to wear red shoes with a red dress

    the second one is horrible though
    satin and silk – that too red
    too chammak challo

  9. _*Dia*_ at | | Reply

    yes, u’re right. red doesnt seem to be working with so much of background red. but she does look very, very radiant- a perfect face for face creams!

  10. Neha K at | | Reply

    Also, why i think the first one worked n the latter did not was coz of the fact that the first look was for a movie, n this for real life.

  11. KK at | | Reply

    I don’t like it at all. Way too much red and too shiny!

  12. Ranjani at | | Reply

    Fairever cream? really? Why do actresses agree to be the face of such racist products? it is sooo repressive and sad.
    That said, I hate the entire look.

  13. preeths at | | Reply

    ummm.. since i cant comment something polite, id rather not comment anything on women who promote “fairness” creams..

  14. Sonia99 at | | Reply

    What is with the Disney Princess look?
    And endorsing a fairness cream…tsk..tsk..

  15. pdaervo at | | Reply

    I just noticed tha tshe was endorsing a fainess cream
    tsk tsk indeed
    makes me appreciate Mrs. Aishwarya Rai Bachan a bit more
    …and is it true that Sonam is promoting a fainress cream too? She said “Mine is a white perfect cream meant for skin pigmentation and fairness. It’s a deep pigmentation cream meant for Asian skin as girls in their twenties face a lot of hormonal problems in this age.”
    …that’s for like, scars, right ( a bit odd for Sonam to be endorsing THAT.)

  16. Indian Girl at | | Reply

    bad bad bad…even kids at prom dress better…

  17. FPDP at | | Reply

    @pdaervo: The White Perfect cream is for spots/scars from acne and sunspots and such things. Sonam said she uses the product or had used it. So she is endorsing it.

    Ash endorsed some whitening soap if I remember correctly.

  18. Saya at | | Reply

    Such a pretty face. Like the dress.

    @Pdaevro: I misread your comment as ” …meant for Asin skin as girls” instead of Asian..” :D

  19. pdaervo at | | Reply

    good, that’s what I thought :)

  20. meria at | | Reply

    Asin is good in anything

  21. meria at | | Reply

    oh my gorgeous Asin

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