21 Responses

  1. diva at | | Reply

    omg, shweta has been photoshopped almost beyond recognition haha! kinda looks like malaika

  2. zeeniebb at | | Reply

    I like the idea behind all of them but they all look a little bit off. Too much photoshop maybe? They look like wax statues of themselves because nobody has a single line on their face. Also, why does Amrita Singh look like she has no teeth?

    Why do magazines turn such beautiful women into mannequins?

  3. FashionVictim at | | Reply

    How pretty!! Totally picture perfect all of them!! And I’m completely in awe of Amrita’s platform jooti…didn’t know such a thing existed :)

  4. harshita at | | Reply

    those garish shoes on Amrita… almost takes away from the beauty of the relationship the mother-daughter duo create…
    somehow gravitating towards the kapadia-khanna bonding more… they present a graceful gradient of age and styling!

  5. Soumya at | | Reply

    Nice…..fifteen to twenty years down the lane we will probably see ash and her daughter on the same cover

  6. Sonia at | | Reply

    The Kapadias are the ‘gorgeous hair’ family. Am envious!

  7. Anushka272727 at | | Reply

    The pictures inside the magazine are equally lovely, and some fabulous bright colours.

  8. Food poisoned attorney at | | Reply

    Love the one with Dimple and her daughters. But really liking the Amrita-Sara one. How beautiful is Sara…:)

  9. monika at | | Reply

    all are nice but liking the Dimple one the best

  10. Srilalitha at | | Reply

    why cannot they leave the wrinkles on the mothers? why do they need to photoshop soooooo much? wrinkles add beauty to age… huh, why is aging so bad………… I know I am ranting!!

    The ladies look lovely, otherwise

  11. kamar jahan at | | Reply

    khannas are great

  12. Slc at | | Reply

    Dimple and her daughters look fab. Jaya and Shweta look photoshopped. It is especially nice to see Amrita Singh with her daughter. Nevertheless all the outfits are lovely.

  13. hhf.fan at | | Reply

    the dresses are beautiful. but everyone is highly photoshoped. only kapadia’s look natural n beautiful.
    amrita singh looks too old unlike herself n both of them look like wax statues

  14. Vaishnavi at | | Reply

    Twinkle shines…and I agree with Sonia…on gorgeous hair…everytime I watch a Dimple K movie, i watch only the hair!!

    Jaya-Shwetha : Jaya looks great, Shwetha too..i somehow liked her in this pic

    Amritha-Sara : Sara looks so so so fresh :) Amritha – great!!

  15. Dits at | | Reply

    Love the picture of Dimple with her daughters and seeing Amrita Singh after so long is refreshing .

    The only problem with Bachchan’s picture : photoshop much ?

  16. Hollywood Diva at | | Reply

    Khanna family is looking classy :)

  17. SS at | | Reply

    All three covers are gorgeous, the clothes flawless, the photoshop work perfect!! It’s a magazine, if they don’t photoshop a cover, what good is photoshop anyway? of the three images, I love the Bachchans…Shweta looks incredibly beautiful and Jaya so elegant. The Kapadias/Khannas make a lovely lovely pic… Dimple is oh, so, gorgeous!!!! Amrita’s shoes totally ruined that cover for me!

    1. zeeniebb at | | Reply

      Is there some rule that magazine covers have to be photoshopped? When they photoshop women as beautiful as this, it suggests that no woman is good enough to be on the magazine cover…everybody needs photoshop help. Besides, since when did looking like a wax statue without any lines start getting called perfect photoshop work?

  18. Zara at | | Reply

    Sara is quite pretty – you can definitely see traces of her gorgeous grandmother in her looks.

  19. Nidhi at | | Reply

    errr…why the same chair hello? all three covers are too bleddy similar – granted hello is all about luxe/royalty – there are different ways of doing the same theme, no? Borrrring!!

  20. asmozonic at | | Reply

    great to see Sara grown up more n having lost her baby fat..:)!

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