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  1. Shilpa at | | Reply

    Wow she looks GORGEOUS..

  2. Sev at | | Reply

    You’re kidding, right? As far as I can see, she’s looking perfect. The sari is subtle to the point of being dingy, and the necklace and bracelets are the brighter, attention-grabbing part of the outfit.

    1. ahot at | | Reply

      OMG! This!

  3. Neha at | | Reply

    I kinda like her here…

  4. madhu at | | Reply

    I think she makes it work. She needs to add all that bling for a such a plain white saree…especially on the red carpet. with the updo she makes it work.

  5. suganthi at | | Reply

    Seriously, Nachiket Barve designed this plain white saree? Ada Kadavule!

    1. mp at | | Reply

      LOL! You took the words out of my mouth. How do you “design” a plain white sari?

  6. Señorita at | | Reply

    Nachiket Barve actually put his name to yardage?!

  7. shwetha at | | Reply

    The outfit looks okay. Its the wide eyed expression she gives on every photo op that’s making almost every appearance of her a not quite. I wish she’s just normally look at the camera in place of going star struck eyed everytime.

    1. Tee at | | Reply

      Yes! Thank you! I thought I was the only one bothered by her expression…

  8. Tee at | | Reply

    such a drab sari :/

  9. DYE at | | Reply

    If this is Nachiket Barve, i wonder what women in India wear when someone passes away :\
    No really, what is the difference?

  10. Slc at | | Reply

    Lovely jewels.

  11. sukh at | | Reply

    that’s a designer sari? just give any garage tailor 250 bucks and he’ll make the same thing ;)
    That being said, Divya’s innate daintiness saves this from being a disaster. If the color would have been blush or mint or cream, it would have looked good, stark white is too harsh. I think she was trying for a similar look by Sonam, with a jadau necklace.

    1. RM at | | Reply

      I love this look, and that the jewelry is the center of attention. But I agree, a more pastel color could have had a better effect. And really, why bother spending so much for a plain white sari?

      1. sukh at | | Reply

        I dunno, maybe Nachiket Barve made a ton of other stuff for her and said he’ll throw in a plain sari for free:) yes, the basic idea behind the look was good.

  12. KS at | | Reply

    lol.. that’s a designer saree? i want to know the price that Nachiket Barve charges for plain white cloth

  13. Aaadee at | | Reply

    Excuse me, in the first glance itself, I was like wow…she looked gorgeous..I dont see anything wrong here…

  14. pdiddy at | | Reply

    what is with her deer in the headlights expression every single time?!

    1. sree at | | Reply

      +1 can’t get past that!

  15. Amu at | | Reply

    For a garment to be designer, it needs to have some design… Any design… Be it a unique print… Unique silhouette… Unique color combination… Something needs to be there…. A plain white piece of cloth is not a designer outfit

  16. Tejasvi at | | Reply

    What immense use of creativity Nachiket Barve put in to make that saree. What an awesome design. *drips with sarcasm*

  17. bongbabe at | | Reply

    first of all, my congratulations to Nachiket Barve for getting PAID to “design” plain white saris. bravo! bravo!

    second of all, the lady looks like the ghost of a rich woman, come back to haunt people. that big eyed expression isnt helping.

  18. lush.green.pastures at | | Reply

    Am I seeing what I think I’m seeing- a plain white saree?! And where does the “designer” element come in, then??
    She looks like a socialite widow who isn’t willing to entirely let go of her bejewelled self just yet.

    Next life, I’m reincarnating as N. Barve- best job, EVER.

  19. adina at | | Reply

    those eyes O.O

  20. Amodini at | | Reply

    She looks nice, but you probably need to look nice at the Virginal Purity Awards.

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