A Bit Of Purple

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For her birthday party, Kangana paired her black shorts with a button down shirt and some black patent flats… Mugdha on the other hand, played with a bit more color with her look…

So whose look do you prefer, Kangana with her purple shirt or Mugdha with her purple skirt?

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Kangana Ranaut (Left) And Mugdha Godse

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

29 COMMENTS

  1. The smile gets the cake and eats it too! lol…
    Mughda’s smile, kangana’s outfit and mughda’s pumps…awww they’re sooo cute! that would be perfect…




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  2. Kangana! It’s your birthday, your party, you look better(in my opinion), yet Mughda is smiling! What’s wrong with this picture? :(




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  3. i like kanganas look better (something i would have worn myself), but i dunno if it is the angle of the picture? it makes her legs look weird (sorry PnP, im really struggling after ur new comment policy.. lol)

    mughdas look is plain mismatched and too bollywoodish




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  4. the yellow flats definitely bring out the quirky in mughda..

    and had kangana’s shorts been any longer, i would have mistaken her for a preppy secretary hehe (ofcourse if i didnt know who she was)




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  5. I love BOTH of them here!! I am more likely to buy Kangana’s shoes though :) Plus I always like how Kangana seems so comfortable in whatever she wears and pulls off this no-makeup look with incredible ease! Two thumbs up to that!!!




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  6. I like Mugdha’s purple skirt better just because I like the color of it, and how she paired it with a busy top and simple flats.




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  7. kangana looks so laid back yet sophisticated..love the way she paired the button down with black shorts..am not a big fan of the shoes but she looks comfortable in them!




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  8. kangana, for sure. there’s something so very chic in block color basics that bollywood hasn’t yet mastered, save for a few (sonam, twinkle, kareena). it’s not all about smiles and glamor and (pointlessly?) glitzy outifts. fashion is about making and imprint of your own self expression.

    i don’t see that authenticity in mugdha. her looks are contrived, as is this. a bit too matchy. but, meh.




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