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  1. Esha mixed south indian jewellery with north indian style wedding attire. Looks like a few pieces of jewellery were randomly chosen. Other than the diamond necklace, ruby studded south indian maang tika thingy, every thing else is pure gold, so kinda looks a bit odd. Wish the jewellery were more coordinated.Anyways best to the bride and groom. Great website by the way. Your spam protection is hilarious.




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    • I think the diamond necklace may have been a gift from the groom’s side which is normally put on during the pheras, hence the mismatch.




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  2. OMG! How fabulous are they.. made for each other indeed. Love the fact that Neeta Lulla kept the blouse sleeve length and didn’t chop it off. The outfits look so classy. Jewelry around the face is also not OTT so it’s very pleasing to the eyes.




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  3. Congrats to the couple….. Can’t figure out if its a sari of lehenga on Esha. Wish she had not given it to the ‘lullas’ to add their horrible touches on the bridal dress.




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  4. both of them look cute together.That sari/lehenga whatever that is – way over the top even for a bride..Neeta Lulla screws up even the most beautiful of traditional attire.




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  5. As pretty as the couple look, can’t get past the brides outfit. It’s one mismatch of North and South Indian wedding ensembles! Lehenga + half saree + dupatta over the head… What was Lulla thinking?? Her designs have to dissappear and quick!

    Esha and her groom look radiant despite the outfits! All the very best to them.




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  6. Whoa! Such a gorgeous couple. Congrats and many wishes to them. The wedding attire, jewelry make up everything is all apt and beautiful.




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  7. I am disappointed at the attire of Esha….I wish they did not touch up the kanjeeveram materials with gaudi zari work….and the dupatta is such a mismatch…..the diamond neck piece is out of the place….and the sheer material around the waist is just lame….however, esha is glowing and looks beautiful….




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  8. Congrats to the beautiful couple. Didn’t know she was this beautiful. Love the OTT’ness of this all. India is a melting pot of so many cultures and i think the attire kind of stands testimony to it. She is half tamil/punjabi, the groom is sindhi. I like the fusion.;) The dress is a pavda dhavni with a little twist and the head covering like north indian brides.




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  9. Why dissect her outfit from north to south…she is every bit a beautiful indian bride with gorgeous outfit and jewelry. Goodlooking couple.




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  10. i love the groom’s pagri!! it looks real, not all fake looking! in fact i wouldnt be surprised if someone actually took the time to tie that to his head!!




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  11. I am curious … isn’t Esha South Indian? And she wore a chuda which I am not mistaken is a North Indian (Punjabi thing) … Is it common for South Indians to wear a chuda at their wedding? Nothing wrong with it .. Just checking :)




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    • Her mom Hema Malini is South Indian and dad Dharmendra is Punjabi so she must be following her dad’s rituals too with South indian rituals, also these days no matter from which region u belong to, brides love to wear that beautiful Chuda…we bengali gals too have started wearing them…:)




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