Tee Off

Of late, we’ve noticed that in-character appearances have been ditched for stars sporting tees. Wonder if this a new trend, movie marketing is shifting to?

Do you like this shift or are you indifferent?

Jacqueline, Asin, Shazahn and Zareen at Housefull 2 Various Promotons

Sarah Jane Dias and Neha Sharma at Kya Super Kool Hain Hum Event

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

10 Responses

  1. tosh at | | Reply

    least they put some effort in looking stylish promotin. not like vidya balan

    1. dame at | | Reply

      how is wearing a t-shirt and jeans with heels more of an effort than trying to loom youre movie part? this is wharped.

      also “effort” somehow on this website has started to mean being consumed by such elevated thoughts as, “is my hair perfect for this outfit”. ridiculous. some people think beyond such trivialities you know. yes, even people in the entertainment industry.

  2. Divya at | | Reply

    Guess it’s got more to do with the fact that these movies above have no character in them (pun intended!)

    1. deepa at | | Reply

      hahaha :) u r funny!

  3. Kara at | | Reply

    NOOOOOO! I love the in-character appearances!!! They provide us with a good laugh! This is boring, uninteresting and unfunny!

  4. Nisha B at | | Reply

    i like the tees worn for the Kya Super Kool Hain Hum Event..and oh how ugly is zarine’s jeans in that pic..

  5. arpitha d at | | Reply

    should be a mix of both tees & in-character.
    but dint like when vidhya did her incharacter appearances in those cheap sarees & with the pregnant look i felt she went overboard with the ‘in-character’ appearance.

    1. dame at | | Reply

      what do you mean “cheap”.this a website of fools that think only expensive looking clothes (read designed with a western sensibility/eclectic indian sensibility) are fashionable. expand your minds ladies!

      1. Akane at | | Reply

        Fools? Then why are u here? Expand your own mind. Remember the fact that people have different taste in fashion.

  6. whizbabe at | | Reply

    I guess this only applies to movies where the women are nothing more than eye candy; i.e. there is nothing interesting about the character.

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