26 Responses

  1. Shereen at | | Reply

    Nice sari. Awesome colour!

  2. Sapphire at | | Reply

    Gorgeous! She is ageing gracefully. And she is always so well dressed. Lovely sari.

    1. prep-y at | | Reply

      +1
      Agree! Her skin glows..

  3. Navya at | | Reply

    Wow! What a picture of grace!
    She is looking absolutely lovely in that gorgeous saree!
    Love everything about the look ??

  4. Asha at | | Reply

    Her makeup is totally off, and I hate that the saree pleats are all over the place.

    1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

      Not the one who regularly comment on posts but I make a point to go through most of the posts and comments and have noticed most of the times your comments are negative. Why so much of hatred? You really need to learn to appreciate good things :)

      1. Asha at | | Reply

        Haaaaalppp P&P I have a stalker ;-)

        1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

          Sorry but you don’t ;) Your negative comments surely caught my attention!

    2. R at | | Reply

      You’ve never worn a saree on a regular basis, have you? This is what saree pleats are meant to usually look like!

  5. Ritika at | | Reply

    Its violet… and yes, she is gorgeousness personified.

  6. Tina at | | Reply

    Wow!!!!

  7. Moni Pal at | | Reply

    Can someone give some details about the saree? Like about its fabric, its name, kind of weave, place of origin etc. Dimple looks elegant. She dress as per age. Even in her suits appearances, she looks graceful. Neetu Kapoor should learn from her who make appearances only in girlish anarkalis and churidaars!

    1. Ebell at | | Reply

      This looks like a Chanderi to me. But I could be wrong. However, I absolutely adore her. So graceful…

    2. Ritika at | | Reply

      Looks like one of the Andhra weaves to me …. Venkatagiri, Dharmavaram ….Not 100% sure

    3. Moni Pal at | | Reply

      Even I thought it to be chanderi. Thankyou ladies :)

      1. Sapphire at | | Reply

        It could be Venkatagiri also. The bhuta, border and fabric looks similar. My mom has some of them from her wedding time. They are dream sarees. She looks heavenly in them.

        1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

          Your Mom has great taste and she is ought to look heavenly in them ? :)

          1. Saphire at |

            Lovely words. Thank you :) I collect those antique sarees and jewelry from my Mom and my both Grand Moms. Banares sarees and many more. They are indeed timeless treasures.

          2. Moni Pal at |

            @Sapphire- You have then inherited treasure not just in form of jewellery and clothes but in form of great ‘taste’ too!

          3. Saphire at |

            @Moni Pal: Thank you, you have spoken beautifully. I just got connected with a like minded person. :)

    4. Sp at | | Reply

      Bang on about Neetu Singh. She does seem to only dress in churidaars and even though she has a stunning face and figure , is a dignified person and she wears decent clothes – somehow she doesnt have that elegant clothes charisma.

      1. Moni Pal at | | Reply

        U summed it all! :)

  8. Slc at | | Reply

    She looks lovely!

  9. snigdha at | | Reply

    It’s called Ganesh Nimajjan.. (visarjan isn’t something you use for God). Just sayin’

    1. Kavs at | | Reply

      It’s called Visarjan in Marathi.

  10. jadine at | | Reply

    Love the sari and Dimple in it! Although her coloring (light brown hair and eyes) does favor pastel shades a little bit more.

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